Alaska Statutes.
Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 55. Special Actions and Proceedings
Section 390. Acquisition of Easements and Additional Powers of the Court to Require Surrender of Possession to Plaintiff.
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AS 09.55.390. Acquisition of Easements and Additional Powers of the Court to Require Surrender of Possession to Plaintiff.

The right to take possession under this section is in addition to any other right to take possession provided in AS 09.55.240 - 09.55.460. In proceedings for the acquisition of easements for the transmission and distribution of electric energy, communications, water, steam, and gas, the court may, upon motion and after a hearing, fix the time during which and the terms upon which the parties in possession are required to surrender possession to the plaintiff. If the court finds that urgent public necessity requires, it may grant the plaintiff possession at any time after the action has been commenced. Notice of the hearing shall be as provided in the Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure, except that, where service by publication is required, notice may be given at any time following the date of the last publication by registered mail addressed to the defendant and to parties in possession at their last known addresses as shown on the latest tax roll of the political subdivision in which the premises are located or as indicated by other evidence that shall be satisfactory to the court.

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