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When there is reason to believe that a nuisance as defined in AS 09.50.170 - 09.50.240 exists, the attorney general shall, or a citizen, or a home rule municipality if the nuisance is located in the home rule municipality, may, bring an action to perpetually enjoin the nuisance, the person maintaining it, and the owner, lessee, or agent of the building or group upon which the nuisance exists.
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