Alaska Statutes.
Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 10. Limitations of Actions
Section 65. Commencement of Actions For Acts Constituting Sexual Offenses.
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AS 09.10.065. Commencement of Actions For Acts Constituting Sexual Offenses.

(a) A person may bring an action at any time for conduct that would have, at the time the conduct occurred, violated provisions of any of the following offenses:

(1) felony sexual abuse of a minor;

(2) felony sexual assault; or

(3) unlawful exploitation of a minor.

(b) Unless the action is commenced within three years of the accrual of the claim for relief, a person may not bring an action for conduct that would have, at the time the conduct occurred, violated the provisions of any of the following offenses:

(1) misdemeanor sexual abuse of a minor;

(2) misdemeanor sexual assault;

(3) incest; or

(4) felony indecent exposure.

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