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Upon the completion of the service, publication and posting of the summons, as may be required by AS 09.45.800 - 09.45.880 and the Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure, the court has complete jurisdiction over the parties plaintiff or plaintiffs and the entire real property described in the complaint as intended to be affected by the action and over the person of everyone having or claiming an estate, right, title, or interest in or to, or lien upon, all or any part of the property and shall be considered to have obtained the possession and control of the property for the purposes of the action with complete jurisdiction to render the judgment provided for in AS 09.45.800 - 09.45.880.
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