Alaska Statutes.
Title 44. State Government
Chapter 23. Department of Law
Section 30. Promotion of Uniform Laws.
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AS 44.23.030. Promotion of Uniform Laws.

(a) The Department of Law shall examine, collect, and arrange data as to prevailing laws in the United States and other countries on marriage, divorce, insolvency, wills, executors and administrators, probate practice, taxation, commercial law, civil and criminal practice in the courts, elections, insurance, real property, all phases of corporation law, forms of notarial certificates, vital statistics, attachments, banking, partnership, and other subjects where uniformity is considered important. It shall investigate the best means to assimilate and make uniform the laws of the several states, territories, and districts of the United States, and shall investigate and report upon these matters whenever the governor or the legislature refers them to it for investigation or action.

(b) At least one member of the Department of Law shall attend each meeting of the National Conference on Uniform State Laws.

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