Alaska Statutes.
Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 30. Judgments
Section 40. Judgments Against Boroughs and Cities.
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AS 09.30.040. Judgments Against Boroughs and Cities.

Where judgment is against a borough, city, or other public corporation, no execution may issue on it but the judgment may be satisfied only as follows:

(1) the party in whose favor the judgment is given may, at any time within 10 years of the date of the judgment, present a certified copy of the judgment to the officer of the borough, city, or other public corporation authorized to draw orders on its treasurer;

(2) upon presentation, the officer shall draw an order on the treasurer for the amount of the judgment in favor of the party for whom the judgment was given; after that the order may be presented for payment and paid in the manner and with the effect of other orders upon the treasurer of a borough, city, or other public corporation.

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