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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
- Chapter 63. Oath, Acknowledgment, and Other Proof
- Section 10. Oath, Affirmation, and Acknowledgment.
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AS 09.63.010. Oath, Affirmation, and Acknowledgment.
The following persons may take an oath, affirmation, or acknowledgment in the state:
- (1) a justice, judge, or magistrate of a court of the State of Alaska or of the United States;
- (2) a clerk or deputy clerk of a court of the State of Alaska or of the United States;
- (3) a notary public;
- (4) a United States postmaster;
- (5) a commissioned officer under AS 09.63.050
- (6) a municipal clerk carrying out the clerk's duties under AS 29.20.380;
- (7) the lieutenant governor when carrying out the lieutenant governor's duties under AS 24.05.160 ;
- (8) the presiding officer of each legislative house when carrying out the officer's duties under AS 24.05.170 .
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