Alaska Statutes.
Title 27. Mining
Chapter 10. Location and Development of Mining Claims On Federal Public Domain
Section 50. Certificate of Location to Be Recorded.
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AS 27.10.050. Certificate of Location to Be Recorded.

The locator of a lode claim or placer claim shall within 90 days after the date of posting the notice of location on the claim have the claim recorded by recording a certificate of location with the recorder of the recording district in which the claim is located. The certificate of location must contain:

(1) the name or number of the claim;

(2) the number of feet in length and width of the claim;

(3) the date of discovering and of posting the notice of location;

(4) the name of the locator or locators;

(5) a description of the claim with such reference to some natural object or permanent monument so that an intelligent person with a knowledge of the prominent natural objects and permanent monuments in the vicinity can identify the claim.

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