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A person who discovers upon the public domain in the state a lode or vein of rock in place, or a placer deposit that is open to location under the mining laws of the United States, may locate a lode mining claim or placer mining claim by posting a notice of location and by marking the boundaries as provided in AS 27.10.030 - 27.10.070. An attempted location of a mining claim that does not comply with AS 27.10.030 - 27.10.070 and AS 27.10.150 - 27.10.190 is void.
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