Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 69. Organization and Corporate Procedures
Section 500. Dividends to Mutual Policyholders.
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AS 21.69.500. Dividends to Mutual Policyholders.

(a) The directors of a domestic mutual insurer may from time to time apportion and pay or credit to its members dividends only out of that part of its surplus funds that represents net realized savings and net realized earnings in excess of the surplus required by law to be maintained.

(b) A dividend otherwise proper may be payable out of the savings and earnings even though the insurer's total surplus is then less than the aggregate of its contributed surplus.

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