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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
- Chapter 38. Alaska Exemptions Act
- Section 95. Judicial Relief.
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AS 09.38.095. Judicial Relief.
- (a) An individual or the spouse, a dependent of the individual, or any other person authorized by law is entitled to
injunctive relief, damages, or both, against a creditor or other person to prevent or redress a violation of this
chapter as provided in the Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure. A court may award costs and reasonable attorney fees to a
party entitled to injunctive relief or damages.
- (b) For cause shown the court may relieve a person from the consequences of failing to take timely action to assert rights
under this chapter.
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