Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 29. Secured Transactions
Section 518. Claim Concerning Inaccurate or Wrongfully Filed Record.
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AS 45.29.518. Claim Concerning Inaccurate or Wrongfully Filed Record.

(a) A person may file in the filing office a correction statement with respect to a record indexed there under the person's name if the person believes that the record is inaccurate or was wrongfully filed.

(b) A correction statement must

(1) identify the record to which it relates by

(A) the file number assigned to the initial financing statement to which the record relates; and

(B) if the correction statement relates to a record filed for record in a filing office described in AS 45.29.501 (a)(1), the date that the initial financing statement was filed for record and the information specified in AS 45.29.502 (b);

(2) indicate that it is a correction statement; and

(3) provide the basis for the person's belief that the record is inaccurate and indicate the manner in which the person believes the record should be amended to cure the inaccuracy or provide the basis for the person's belief that the record was wrongfully filed.

(c) The filing of a correction statement does not affect the effectiveness of an initial financing statement or other filed record.

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