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(a) A person who eloigns, injures, or destroys, or who makes difficult, uncertain, or impossible the identification of a property on which there is a lien under AS 34.35.320 - 34.35.390, without the written consent of the lienholder, is liable to the lienholder for the damages to the amount secured by the lien together with costs and charges of drawing and recording the lien and reasonable attorney fees for the foreclosure of the lien.
(b) If these facts are shown to the court in the suit to enforce the lien, the court shall enter a personal judgment for the amount of the damages in the action against the person, if the person is a party to the action, or the damages may be recovered in a civil action against the person.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alaska Statutes Title 34. Property § 34.35.370. Liability for injuring property or destroying identity - last updated April 21, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ak/title-34-property/ak-st-sect-34-35-370/
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