- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 45. Trade and Commerce
- Chapter 25. Motor Vehicle Transactions
- Section 320. Time Limits on Claim Audits, Claim Denials, Claim Reductions, and Charge Backs.
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AS 45.25.320. Time Limits on Claim Audits, Claim Denials, Claim Reductions, and Charge Backs.
- (a) A manufacturer or distributor may not audit a claim, deny a claim, reduce the amount of a claim to be reimbursed to a
new motor vehicle dealer, or charge back a portion of the claim to a new motor vehicle dealer if 18 or more months have
passed since the new motor vehicle dealer submitted the claim or if 18 or more months have passed from the end of a
manufacturer-sponsored incentive program related to the claim, whichever 18-month period ends later.
- (b) The time restriction in (a) of this section does not apply if the manufacturer reasonably suspects that fraud is
involved in the claim.
- (c) In this section, "claim" means a claim made by a new motor vehicle dealer for compensation by the manufacturer or
distributor for sales incentives, warranty repairs, and service incentives.
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