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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 27. Mining
- Chapter 10. Location and Development of Mining Claims On Federal Public Domain
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. Claims to Be Located as Prescribed By Law.
Chapter 10. Location and Development of Mining Claims On Federal Public Domain
- Section 10. Claims to Be Located as Prescribed By Law.
- Section 20. Grubstake Contracts to Be in Writing and Recorded.
- Section 30. Manner of Designating a Lode Claim Location.
- Section 40. Manner of Designating a Placer Claim Location.
- Section 50. Certificate of Location to Be Recorded.
- Section 60. Effect of Failure to Record.
- Section 70. Changes in Locations and Amended Notices.
- Section 80. Water Rights Where Claim Includes Both Banks of a Stream. [Repealed, Sec. 2 Ch 50 SLA 1966. For Current Law, See AS 46.15].
- Section 90. Sections Applicable to Precious-Metal Placers Only.
- Section 100. Limits On Size of Individual Placer Claims.
- Section 110. , 27.10.120. Limits On Size of Association Claims; Location of Claims By Agent or Attorney. [Repealed, Sec. 4 Ch 91 SLA 1994].
- Section 130. Value of Labor or Improvements Required On Placer Claims.
- Section 140. Location in Violation of Law is Void.
- Section 150. Annual Labor or Improvements Required.
- Section 160. Affidavit of Labor or Improvements.
- Section 170. Effect of Recording Affidavit of Labor or Improvements.
- Section 180. Notice to Co-Owners to Contribute to Cost of Annual Labor or Improvements and Forfeiture For Failure to Contribute.
- Section 190. Recording the Notice to Contribute and Affidavits.
- Section 200. Lienholder May Perform the Annual Labor.
- Section 210. Lien For Performance of Annual Labor.
- Section 220. Lien For Annual Labor is Independent of Other Liens.
- Section 230. Surveys May Qualify as Annual Labor.
- Section 240. Definitions For AS 27.10.230
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