Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 25. Motor Vehicle Transactions
Section 130. Threat of Termination.
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AS 45.25.130. Threat of Termination.

(a) A manufacturer or manufacturer representative may not coerce or attempt to coerce a new motor vehicle dealer to enter into an agreement with the manufacturer or a subsidiary of the manufacturer, or to do any other act unfair to the new motor vehicle dealer, by threatening to terminate a franchise agreement between the manufacturer or subsidiary of the manufacturer and the new motor vehicle dealer.

(b) This section does not prohibit a voluntary agreement between a manufacturer and a new motor vehicle dealer or between a distributor and a new motor vehicle dealer to settle legitimate disputes.

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