Alaska Statutes.
Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 40. Provisional Remedies
Section 40. Third Party Liability.
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AS 09.40.040. Third Party Liability.

All persons having in their possession personal property belonging to the defendant or owing a debt to the defendant at the time of service upon them of the writ and notice shall deliver, transfer, or pay the property or debts to the peace officer, or be liable to the plaintiff for the amount of the property or debts until the attachment is discharged or a judgment recovered by plaintiff is satisfied. Debts and other personal property may be delivered, transferred, or paid to the peace officer without suit, and the receipt of the officer is a sufficient discharge.

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