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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 27. Mining
- Chapter 10. Location and Development of Mining Claims On Federal Public Domain
- Section 190. Recording the Notice to Contribute and Affidavits.
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. Notice to Co-Owners to Contribute to Cost of Annual Labor or Improvements and Forfeiture For Failure to Contribute.
next: Section 200
. Lienholder May Perform the Annual Labor.
AS 27.10.190. Recording the Notice to Contribute and Affidavits.
- (a) Within 120 days after personal service or within 120 days after the completion of publication of the notice provided
for in AS 27.10.180, the co-owner who claims the
forfeiture shall record in the office of the recorder of the recording district in which the claim is located a copy of
the notice with the following affidavits attached:
- (1) an affidavit of the person serving the notice giving the time, place, and manner of service and by whom and upon whom
the service was made or, if service was made by publication in a newspaper, an affidavit of the editor, publisher,
printer, or foreman of the newspaper giving the name of the newspaper, the place where, and the time during which the
notice was published, and the number of insertions;
- (2) an affidavit of the co-owner who claims the forfeiture stating that neither the delinquent co-owner nor any person
acting for the delinquent co-owner has paid or tendered to the affiant the delinquent's proportion of the expenditures
for annual labor or improvements.
- (b) The record of the notice and affidavits or a certified copy of it is prima facie evidence of the facts contained in
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