Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 4. Bank Deposits and Collections
Section 108. Time of Receipt of Items.
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AS 45.04.108. Time of Receipt of Items.

(a) To allow time to process items, prove balances, and make the necessary entries on its books to determine its position for the day, a bank may fix an afternoon hour of two o'clock in the afternoon or later as a cutoff hour for the handling of money and items and the making of entries on the books of the bank.

(b) An item or deposit of money received on a day after a cutoff hour so fixed or after the close of the banking day may be treated as received at the opening of the next banking day.

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