2021 Alaska Statutes
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 45. Trade Practices
Article 11. Distributorships.
Sec. 45.45.760. Civil action.
(a) A dealer may bring an action in court against a distributor if the distributor engages in activity prohibited under AS 45.45.700 - 45.45.790.
(b) In an action brought under (a) of this section, the dealer may obtain one or more of the following types of relief that apply to the specific action of the dealer:
(1) damages suffered by the dealer as a result of the activity;
(2) an injunction enjoining the distributor from engaging in the activity;
(3) a requirement that the distributor make a payment or a purchase required by AS 45.45.700 - 45.45.790;
(4) any other relief determined by the court to be appropriate under the circumstances.
(c) In this section, “activity prohibited under AS 45.45.700 - 45.45.790” means
(1) coercion or attempted coercion under AS 45.45.700;
(2) terminating a distributorship agreement without paying the dealer as required by AS 45.45.710;
(3) failing to pay the dealer within the time established by AS 45.45.720;
(4) failing to provide the statement of account as required by AS 45.45.720;
(5) failing to make a repurchase payment required by AS 45.45.730;
(6) failing to make a purchase as required by AS 45.45.740(a)(1);
(7) failing to make the reimbursement required by AS 45.45.740(a)(2); or
(8) violating AS 45.45.750.