Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 50. Competitive Practices, Regulation of Competition, and Consumer Protection
Section 586. Judgment in Favor of the State as Evidence in Another Action.
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AS 45.50.586. Judgment in Favor of the State as Evidence in Another Action.

A final judgment rendered in a civil or criminal action brought by the state under AS 45.50.562 - 45.50.596 is prima facie evidence against the defendant in any other action under AS 45.50.562 - 45.50.596 brought by another party, or by the state, a city, a borough, or other governmental entity; however, this section does not apply to consent judgments or decrees entered under AS 45.50.584 .

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