Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 69. Organization and Corporate Procedures
Section 60. Solicitation Permit.
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AS 21.69.060. Solicitation Permit.

(a) A person forming or proposing to form in this state an insurer, or insurance holding corporation, or stock corporation to finance an insurer or insurance production therefor, or corporation to manage an insurer, or corporation to be attorney in fact for a reciprocal insurer, or a syndicate for any of these purposes, may not advertise, or solicit or receive any funds, agreement, stock subscription, or membership on account thereof unless the person has applied for and has received from the director a solicitation permit.

(b) A person determined by the director, following an appropriate hearing as provided in AS 21.06.170 - 21.06.230, to have violated this section is subject to a civil penalty of not more than $25,000.

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