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2017 Alaska Statutes
Title 13. Decedents' Estates, Guardianships, Transfers, Trusts, and Health Care Decisions
Chapter 26. Protection of Minors and Incapacitated Persons and Their Property; Powers of Attorney
Article 5. Powers of Attorney
- Sec. 13.26.600. Execution of power of attorney.
- Sec. 13.26.605. Agent's acceptance and liability.
- Sec. 13.26.610. Agent's duties.
- Sec. 13.26.615. Acceptance of power of attorney.
- Sec. 13.26.620. Termination of power of attorney; agent's resignation; notice.
- Sec. 13.26.625. Powers of attorney not revoked until notice of death or incapacity.
- Sec. 13.26.630. Powers of attorney held by public home care providers.
- Sec. 13.26.635. Judicial relief.
- Sec. 13.26.640. Relationship to other laws.
- Sec. 13.26.645. Statutory form power of attorney.
- Sec. 13.26.650. Additional optional provisions to statutory form power of attorney.
- Sec. 13.26.655. Completion of statutory form power of attorney.
- Sec. 13.26.660. Applicability of provisions of statutory form power of attorney.
- Sec. 13.26.665. Interpretation of provisions in statutory form power of attorney.
- Sec. 13.26.670. Validity of modified statutory form power of attorney.
- Sec. 13.26.675. When statutory form power of attorney is not affected by incapacity of principal.
- Sec. 13.26.680. Provisions applicable to statutory form power of attorney.
- Sec. 13.26.695. Definitions.
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