Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 3. Negotiable Instruments
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Chapter 3. Negotiable Instruments

Section 101. Short Title.
Section 102. Subject Matter.
Section 103. Definitions.
Section 104. Negotiable Instrument.
Section 105. Issue of Instrument.
Section 106. Unconditional Promise or Order.
Section 107. Instrument Payable in Foreign Money.
Section 108. Payable On Demand or at Definite Time.
Section 109. Payable to Bearer or to Order.
Section 110. Identification of Person to Whom Instrument is Payable.
Section 111. Place of Payment.
Section 112. Interest.
Section 113. Date of Instrument.
Section 114. Contradictory Terms of Instrument.
Section 115. Incomplete Instrument.
Section 116. Joint and Several Liability; Contribution.
Section 117. Other Agreements Affecting Instrument.
Section 118. Statute of Limitations.
Section 119. Notice of Right to Defend Action.
Section 120. - 45.03.122. Instruments Payable Through Bank; Instruments Payable at Bank; Accrual of Cause of Action. [Repealed, Sec. 127 Ch 35 SLA 1993].
Section 201. Negotiation.
Section 202. Negotiation Subject to Rescission.
Section 203. Transfer of Instrument; Rights Acquired By Transfer.
Section 204. Endorsement.
Section 205. Special Endorsement; Blank Endorsement; Anomalous Endorsement.
Section 206. Restrictive Endorsement.
Section 207. Reacquisition.
Section 208. Reacquisition. [Repealed, Sec. 127 Ch 35 SLA 1993].
Section 301. Person Entitled to Enforce Instrument.
Section 302. Holder in Due Course.
Section 303. Value and Consideration.
Section 304. Overdue Instrument.
Section 305. Defenses and Claims in Recoupment.
Section 306. Claims to An Instrument.
Section 307. Notice of Breach of Fiduciary Duty.
Section 308. Proof of Signatures and Status as Holder in Due Course.
Section 309. Enforcement of Lost, Destroyed, or Stolen Instrument.
Section 310. Effect of Instrument On Obligation For Which Taken.
Section 311. Accord and Satisfaction By Use of Instrument.
Section 312. Lost, Destroyed, or Stolen Cashier's Check, Teller's Check, or Certified Check.
Section 401. Signature.
Section 402. Signature By Representative.
Section 403. Unauthorized Signature.
Section 404. Impostors; Fictitious Payees.
Section 405. Employer's Responsibility For Fraudulent Endorsement By Employee.
Section 406. Negligence Contributing to Forged Signature or Alteration of Instrument.
Section 407. Alteration.
Section 408. Drawee Not Liable On Unaccepted Draft.
Section 409. Acceptance of Draft; Certified Check.
Section 410. Acceptance Varying Draft.
Section 411. Refusal to Pay Cashier's Checks, Teller's Checks, and Certified Checks.
Section 412. Obligation of Issuer of Note or Cashier's Check.
Section 413. Obligation of Acceptor.
Section 414. Obligation of Drawer.
Section 415. Obligation of Endorser.
Section 416. Transfer Warranties.
Section 417. Presentment Warranties.
Section 418. Payment or Acceptance By Mistake.
Section 419. Instruments Signed For Accommodation.
Section 420. Conversion of Instrument.
Section 501. Presentment.
Section 502. Dishonor.
Section 503. Notice of Dishonor.
Section 504. Excused Presentment and Notice of Dishonor.
Section 505. Evidence of Dishonor.
Section 506. - 45.03.511. Time For Acceptance or Payment; Dishonor; Protest; Waiver or Excuse. [Repealed, Sec. 127 Ch 35 SLA 1993].
Section 601. Discharge and Effect of Discharge.
Section 602. Payment.
Section 603. Tender of Payment.
Section 604. Discharge By Cancellation or Renunciation.
Section 605. Discharge of Endorsers and Accommodation Parties.
Section 606. - 45.03.805l Impairment of Recourse or Collateral; Advice of International Sight Draft; Miscellaneous Provisions. [Repealed, Sec. 127 Ch 35 SLA 1993].


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