Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 78. Rehabilitation and Liquidation
Section 298. Disposition of Records During and After Termination of Liquidation.
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AS 21.78.298. Disposition of Records During and After Termination of Liquidation.

If it appears to the director that the records of an insurer that is in the process of liquidation, or is completely liquidated, are no longer useful, the director may recommend to the court, and the court shall direct, which records should be retained for future reference and which should be destroyed.

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