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> Alaska Statutes Title 39, Chapter 39.15 - Official Bonds
Alaska Statutes Title 39, Chapter 39.15 - Official Bonds
Sec. 39.15.010 Form, Amount, and Conditions.
The official bond of an officer or employee of the state required by statute or regulation under authority of law shall be in a...
Sec. 39.15.020 Obligation and Effect.
Bonds of state officers and employees are in force and obligatory upon the principal and sureties for breach of the condition of the bond...
Sec. 39.15.030 Action on Bond.
An official bond executed by a state officer or employee is in force and obligatory upon the principal and sureties to and for the...
Sec. 39.15.040 Recovery on Defective Bond.
If a bond does not contain the matter or condition required by law, or there is a defect in the approval or filing of...
Sec. 39.15.050 Procedure When Bond Becomes Insufficient.
(a) If a surety on the bond dies, removes from the state, becomes insolvent or insufficient, or the penalty of the bond becomes insufficient,...
Sec. 39.15.060 Number of Sureties.
Unless expressly provided otherwise, each official bond shall have at least two individual sureties or one corporate surety.
Sec. 39.15.070 Justification of Sureties.
The officer charged with the duty of approving official bonds of officers and employees may not approve a bond unless the surety on the...
Sec. 39.15.080 Release of Sureties.
A surety on an official bond may be released from liability accruing after proceedings are taken under AS 39.15.090 .
Sec. 39.15.090 Proceedings for Release of Sureties.
A surety desiring to be released from liability on a bond shall file with the Department of Administration a statement in writing, signed by...
Sec. 39.15.100 Failure to File New Bond.
(a) If a state officer or employee fails to file a new bond within 15 days from the date of personal service or within...
Last modified: November 15, 2016