Alaska Statutes 25.05.31

Voidable marriages.

If either party to a marriage is incapable of consenting to it at the time of the marriage for want of marriageable age of consent or sufficient understanding, or if the consent of either party is obtained by force or fraud, or if either party fails to consummate the marriage, the marriage is voidable but only at the suit of the party under the disability or upon whom the force or fraud is imposed.

(§ 1 ch 58 SLA 1963; am § 3 ch 3 SLA 1974)

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