Alaska Statutes.
Title 28. Motor Vehicles
Chapter 10. Vehicle Registration, Liens, and Title
Section 381. Filing a Lien or Encumbrance.
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AS 28.10.381. Filing a Lien or Encumbrance.

(a) A lien or other encumbrance on a vehicle may be filed by delivering to the department

(1) a manufacturer's certificate of origin or an existing certificate of title;

(2) an application for a new certificate of title, signed by the registered owner and containing the name and address of any lienholder and the date of the lienholder's interest;

(3) applicable filing fees required by law; and

(4) other documents or information required by the department.

(b) Upon approval of the application, the department shall send to the person holding a lien or other encumbrance a new certificate of title which displays the name of the owner and indicates the existence of the lien or other encumbrance.

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