In a case where there is a refusal or neglect to pay a tax, including interest, penalty, additional amount, or addition to the tax, together with additional costs that accrue, the attorney general, at the request of the department may file an action in the superior court to enforce the lien of the state for the tax upon property and rights to property, real or personal, or to subject the property and rights to property owned by the delinquent, or in which the delinquent has a right, title, or interest to the payment of the tax. The action shall be commenced and pursued in the manner provided for the foreclosure of liens in AS 09.45.170 - 09.45.220, which are applicable to tax liens arising under this chapter to the extent that the provisions are not inconsistent with other provisions of this chapter. The action may be started at any time within six years after the lien arises.
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