Alaska Statutes.
Title 27. Mining
Chapter 10. Location and Development of Mining Claims On Federal Public Domain
Section 100. Limits On Size of Individual Placer Claims.
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AS 27.10.100. Limits On Size of Individual Placer Claims.

The unit of placer locations in the state is 20 acres, and no single or individual placer mining claim may be located in excess of 20 acres nor have a greater length than 1,320 feet. Where a parcel of placer ground lies between and adjoins two or more validly located claims, the restriction as to length does not apply.

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