Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 36. Trade Practices and Frauds
Section 290. Policy Period.
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AS 21.36.290. Policy Period.

(a) A policy with a policy period or term longer than one year or a policy with no fixed expiration date shall be considered to be written for successive policy periods or terms of one year, and termination by an insurer effective on an anniversary date of the policy shall be considered a failure to renew.

(b) The rate for a personal automobile insurance policy may not be changed more frequently than once every six months.

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