Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 35. Lease-Purchases of Personal Property
Section 70. Advertisement.
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AS 45.35.070. Advertisement.

(a) If an advertisement for a lease-purchase agreement refers to or states the dollar amount of a payment and the right to acquire ownership of a specific item of personal property, the advertisement must also clearly and conspicuously state each of the following items that is applicable:

(1) that the advertised transaction is a lease-purchase agreement;

(2) the total amount to be paid to acquire ownership of the item; and

(3) that the consumer will not acquire ownership rights in the item until the consumer pays the total amount to be paid to acquire ownership of the item.

(b) The owner and the employees of a communications medium in which an advertisement covered by (a) of this section appears or through which the advertisement is disseminated is not liable for a failure of a lessor to comply with (a) of this section.

(c) The requirements of (a) of this section do not apply to an advertisement that is published in the yellow pages of a telephone directory or another similar business directory.

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