Alaska Statutes.
Title 43. Revenue and Taxation
Chapter 31. Estate Tax Law of Alaska
Section 250. No Discharge of Executor Until Tax Paid.
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AS 43.31.250. No Discharge of Executor Until Tax Paid.

No final account of an executor of the estate of a nonresident, nor of the estate of a resident where the value of the gross estate wherever situated exceeds $60,000 may be allowed by any court until the account shows, and the judge of the court finds, that the tax imposed by the provisions of this chapter upon the executor, which has become payable, has been paid. The certificate of the department of nonliability for tax or its receipt for the amount of tax certified is conclusive in proceedings as to the liability or the payment of the tax to the extent of the certificate.

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