- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 45. Trade and Commerce
- Chapter 8. Investment Securities
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Chapter 8. Investment Securities
- Section 101. Short Title.
- Section 102. Definitions.
- Section 103. Rules For Determining Whether Certain Obligations and Interests Are Securities or Financial Assets.
- Section 104. Acquisition of Security or Financial Asset or Interest in Security or Financial Asset.
- Section 105. Notice of Adverse Claim.
- Section 106. Control.
- Section 107. Whether Endorsement, Instruction, or Entitlement Order is Effective.
- Section 108. Warranties in Direct Holding.
- Section 109. Warranties in Indirect Holding.
- Section 110. Applicability; Choice of Law.
- Section 111. Clearing Corporation Rules.
- Section 112. Creditor's Legal Process.
- Section 113. Statute of Frauds Inapplicable.
- Section 114. Evidentiary Rules Concerning Certificated Securities.
- Section 115. Securities Intermediary and Others Not Liable to Adverse Claimant.
- Section 116. Securities Intermediary as Purchaser For Value.
- Section 201. "Issuer".
- Section 202. Issuer's Responsibility and Defenses; Notice of Defect or Defense.
- Section 203. Staleness as Notice of Defects or Defenses.
- Section 204. Effect of Issuer's Restriction On Transfer.
- Section 205. Effect of Unauthorized Signature On Security Certificate.
- Section 206. Completion or Alteration of Certificated Security.
- Section 207. Rights and Duties of Issuer With Respect to Registered Owners and Registered Pledgees.
- Section 208. Effect of Signature of Authenticating Trustee, Registrar, or Transfer Agent.
- Section 209. Issuer's Lien.
- Section 210. Overissue.
- Section 301. Delivery.
- Section 302. Rights of Purchaser.
- Section 303. Protected Purchaser.
- Section 304. Endorsement.
- Section 305. Instruction.
- Section 306. Effect of Guaranteeing Signature, Endorsement, or Instruction.
- Section 307. Purchaser's Right to Requisites For Registration of Transfer.
- Section 308. - 45.08.321l [Repealed, Sec. 68 Ch 17 SLA 1996].
- Section 401. Duty of Issuer to Register Transfer.
- Section 402. Assurance That Endorsements and Instructions Are Effective.
- Section 403. Demand That Issuer Not Register Transfer.
- Section 404. Wrongful Registration.
- Section 405. Lost, Destroyed, and Stolen Certificated Securities.
- Section 406. Obligation to Notify Issuer of Lost, Destroyed, or Wrongfully Taken Security Certificate.
- Section 407. Authenticating Trustee, Transfer Agent, and Registrar.
- Section 408. Statements of Uncertificated Securities. [Repealed, Sec. 68 Ch 17 SLA 1996].
- Section 501. Acquisition of Security Entitlement From Securities Intermediary; Securities Account.
- Section 502. Assertion of Adverse Claim Against Entitlement Holder.
- Section 503. Property Interest of Entitlement Holder in Financial Asset Held By Securities Intermediary.
- Section 504. Duty of Securities Intermediary to Maintain Financial Asset.
- Section 505. Duty of Securities Intermediary With Respect to Payments and Distributions.
- Section 506. Duty of Securities Intermediary to Exercise Rights as Directed By Entitlement Holder.
- Section 507. Duty of Securities Intermediary to Comply With Entitlement Order.
- Section 508. Duty of Securities Intermediary to Change Entitlement Holder's Position to Other Form of Security Holding.
- Section 509. Specification of Duties of Securities Intermediary By Other Statute, Regulation, or Rule; Manner of Performance of Duties of Securities Intermediary and Exercise of Rights of Entitlement Holder.
- Section 510. Rights of Purchaser of Security Entitlement From Entitlement Holder.
- Section 511. Priority Among Security Interests and Entitlement Holders.
Article 01. SHORT TITLE AND GENERAL MATTERS
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