Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 25. Motor Vehicle Transactions
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Chapter 25. Motor Vehicle Transactions

Section 10. Applicability.
Section 20. Jurisdiction; Venue.
Section 30. Corporate Affiliates.
Section 100. Consistency With State Law.
Section 110. Termination of Franchise Agreements.
Section 120. Notice of Termination.
Section 130. Threat of Termination.
Section 140. Repurchase Obligations On Termination.
Section 150. Required Compensation For New Motor Vehicle Dealer Facilities.
Section 160. Prevention of or Refusal to Honor Transfer of New Motor Vehicle Dealership Ownership.
Section 170. Succession.
Section 180. New Dealerships.
Section 190. Arbitration.
Section 300. New Motor Vehicle Dealership Location and Facilities.
Section 310. Discrimination.
Section 320. Time Limits on Claim Audits, Claim Denials, Claim Reductions, and Charge Backs.
Section 400. Prohibited Use of Advertising Terms.
Section 410. Availability of Advertised Items.
Section 420. Display of Motor Vehicles.
Section 430. Refusal to Sell On Advertised Terms and Conditions.
Section 440. Advertised Price.
Section 450. Advertised Price Comparisons, Reductions, and Discounts.
Section 460. Advertising and Selling Practices Generally.
Section 465. Sales of Used Motor Vehicles; Required Disclosures.
Section 470. Sales of Vehicles Manufactured For Sale in a Foreign Country.
Section 480. Identification Number Plates.
Section 490. Required Documentation.
Section 500. Trade-Ins.
Section 510. Disclosure of Damages.
Section 520. Form of Disclosures.
Section 530. Disclosure Regarding Receipt of Commissions.
Section 590. Definitions.
Section 600. Title Transfer.
Section 610. Sales Contracts.
Section 620. Service Contracts.
Section 630. Discharged Amounts in Motor Vehicle Leases.
Section 900. Conflict with Other Law.
Section 910. Remedial Purpose.
Section 990. Definitions.


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