Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 36. Trade Practices and Frauds
Section 280. Immunity of Insurer, Director, and Informer.
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AS 21.36.280. Immunity of Insurer, Director, and Informer.

There is no liability on the part of, and a cause of action of any nature may not arise against, the director of insurance or against an insurer, its authorized representatives, agents, or employees, or a person furnishing to the insurer information as to reasons for cancellation, for any statement made by any of them in a written notice of cancellation, or in any other communication, oral or written, specifying the reasons for cancellation, or the providing of information pertaining to a cancellation or for statements made or evidence submitted at a hearing conducted in connection with a cancellation. However, this immunity from liability does not apply when the information furnished or statement made is untrue and the person furnishing the information or making the statement knew of the lack of truth or was grossly negligent in ascertaining the truth.

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