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(a) A person may not knowingly file with a public official, or knowingly make, publish, disseminate, circulate, or deliver to a person, or place before the public, or knowingly cause, directly or indirectly, to be made, published, disseminated, circulated, delivered to a person, or placed before the public, a false statement of the financial condition of a person in the insurance business.
(b) A person may not make a false entry in a book, report, or statement of a person in the insurance business, knowing it to be a false entry, or knowingly omit to make a true entry of a material fact pertaining to the business of a person in the insurance business in a book, report, or statement.
(c) A person may not, directly or indirectly, in connection with an audit, review, or communication required under AS 21.09.200,
(1) make or cause to be made a materially false or misleading statement to an accountant; or
(2) omit to state or cause another person to omit to state any material fact necessary in order to make other statements made not misleading to an accountant.
(d) A person may not, directly or indirectly, take any action to coerce, manipulate, mislead, or fraudulently influence any accountant engaged in the performance of an audit under AS 21.09.200 if that person knew or should have known that the action, if successful, could result in rendering the insurer's financial statement materially misleading.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alaska Statutes Title 21. Insurance § 21.36.060. False or misleading financial statements - last updated April 21, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ak/title-21-insurance/ak-st-sect-21-36-060.html
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