Alaska Statutes.
Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 38. Alaska Exemptions Act
Section 60. Tracing Exempt Property.
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AS 09.38.060. Tracing Exempt Property.

(a) If property, or a part of it, that could have been claimed as an exempt homestead under AS 09.38.010 , a burial plot under AS 09.38.015(a)(1), a health aid under AS 09.38.015 (a)(2), or personal property subject to a value limitation under AS 09.38.020 (a)(1), or (2) or 09.38.020(c), has been taken or sold by condemnation, or has been lost, damaged, or destroyed and the owner has been indemnified for it, the individual is entitled to an exemption of proceeds that are traceable for 12 months after the proceeds are received. An individual is entitled to an exemption of proceeds from the voluntary sale of an exempt homestead under AS 09.38.010 that are traceable for six months after the proceeds are received. The exemption of proceeds under this subsection does not entitle the individual to claim an aggregate exemption in excess of the value limitation otherwise allowable under AS 09.38.010 or 09.38.020.

(b) Money or other property and proceeds exempt under this chapter are traceable under this section by application of the principle of first-in first-out, last-in first-out, or any other reasonable basis for tracing selected by the individual claiming the exemption.

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