- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 44. State Government
- Chapter 81. Commercial Fishing and Agriculture Bank
- Section 245. Foreclosure.
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AS 44.81.245. Foreclosure.
The bank may foreclose on a permit pledge that secures a loan by sending to the equitable owner of the permit pledged
and any other borrowers and guarantors on the loan a notice of foreclosure. The notice shall be sent by certified mail
to their last known address or addresses on file with the bank and must include
- (1) the date of the notice;
- (2) a statement that the total indebtedness owing on the loan became due and payable to the bank because the loan default
was not cured within the time specified in the notice of default and right to cure provided under AS 44.81.241
, and that as a result the bank is entitled to take legal action to collect the loan, including the forfeiture of a
permit pledge that secures the loan and the institution of legal action;
- (3) a description of the permit pledge that is being foreclosed by the notice, including an identification of the permit
by the number assigned by the commission and the name of the equitable owner;
- (4) the amount of the total indebtedness owing as of the date of the notice;
- (5) the amount of daily interest that accrues from the date of the notice;
- (6) a statement that the costs of collection of the loan incurred by the bank after the date of the notice will be added
to the total amount of the indebtedness due on the loan;
- (7) a statement that to avoid forfeiture of all rights of the equitable owner of the permit identified in the notice, the
loan must be paid in full within 60 days from the date of the notice or within an extended time period that is
specified in an extension notice provided by the bank within the 60-day period under AS 44.81.249
- (8) a statement that once a forfeiture of all rights of the equitable owner of a permit described in the notice occurs,
the permit may not be redeemed;
- (9) a statement of the right of the equitable owner to nominate a person to assume the loan under AS 44.81.250
- (10) the place where payment in full may be made; and
- (11) a notice in at least 10 point bold type stating:
"IMPORTANT: IF THE LOAN IS NOT PAID IN FULL BY THE DATE SPECIFIED, ALL RIGHTS OF THE EQUITABLE OWNER TO THE PERMIT
IDENTIFIED IN THIS NOTICE WILL BE FORFEITED WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE TO YOU. IN THAT EVENT, THERE WILL NOT BE A RIGHT OF
REDEMPTION OF THE PERMIT. IN ADDITION, THE BANK MAY NOW TAKE OTHER ACTION TO COLLECT THE LOAN, INCLUDING THE
INSTITUTION OF LEGAL ACTION AGAINST YOU AND THE FORECLOSURE OF OTHER PERMIT PLEDGES THAT SECURE THE LOAN."
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