Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 6. Alaska Corporations Code
Section 820. Confidentiality of Information Disclosed By Interrogatories.
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AS 10.06.820. Confidentiality of Information Disclosed By Interrogatories.

Interrogatories and answers propounded and obtained under AS 10.06.818 are not open to public inspection and the commissioner may not disclose facts or information obtained from the interrogatories except as the official duty of the commissioner requires or unless the interrogatories or the answers are required for evidence in criminal proceedings or other action by the state.

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