Alaska Statutes.
Title 44. State Government
Chapter 50. Notaries Public
Section 71. Confidentiality.
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AS 44.50.071. Confidentiality.

(a) An address, telephone number, and electronic mail address of a notary public or an applicant that is submitted under AS 44.50.032 or 44.50.038 and that is designated by the notary public or applicant as confidential shall be kept confidential. However, a notary public shall provide a nonconfidential address and telephone number at which the notary public can be contacted.

(b) Compilations and data bases of those addresses, telephone numbers, and electronic mail addresses of notaries public that are confidential under (a) of this section shall be kept confidential, except that the lieutenant governor may disclose compilations and data bases if the lieutenant governor determines that disclosure is in the public interest.

(c) A complaint filed under AS 44.50.068 shall be kept confidential unless the lieutenant governor determines under AS 44.50.068(d) that the complaint alleges sufficient facts to constitute good cause for disciplinary action.

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