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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 19. Highways and Ferries
- Chapter 30. Access Roads
- Section 171. Acquisition and Conveyance of Rights-of-Way.
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AS 19.30.171. Acquisition and Conveyance of Rights-of-Way.
- (a) The local government shall acquire all rights-of-way required for local service road and trail construction. However,
if the local government is unable to acquire the necessary right-of-way, the commissioner may acquire it in accordance
with AS 19.05.080
- 19.05.120. The commissioner may convey to the
local government, by appropriate instrument executed in the name of the state, any land or interest in land which has
been acquired by the state for the construction of local service roads or trails.
- (b) The costs incurred by the commissioner in acquiring this land or interest in land includes all costs and any fees
incidental to acquisition. All costs incurred in connection with the acquisition of the land or interest in land for
local governments that have assumed local road powers shall be charged to the project allocation for which the land or
interest in land is acquired. Right-of-way acquisition costs incurred by the commissioner for local governments
without local road powers under AS 19.30.151
(a) shall be charged to the project allocation for the local government for which the land or interest in land is
- (c) When rights-of-way for local service roads are acquired over land or interest in land owned by the state, the
commissioner may make arrangements with the department having jurisdiction over the land as may be necessary to give
the local government adequate rights-of-way, and any department having jurisdiction is directed to transfer the
jurisdiction of the land to the commissioner.
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