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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 28. Motor Vehicles
- Chapter 11. Abandoned Vehicles
- Section 10. Abandonment Unlawful.
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AS 28.11.010. Abandonment Unlawful.
- (a) A person may not abandon a vehicle upon a highway or vehicular way or area.
- (b) A person may not abandon a vehicle upon public property or upon private property without the consent of the owner or
person in lawful possession or control of the property.
- (c) A person who abandons a vehicle in a place specified in (a) or (b) of this section is considered responsible for the
abandonment of the vehicle and is liable for the cost of its removal and disposition.
- (d) Except as otherwise provided in (b) of this section, the lawful owner of a vehicle, as shown by the records of the
department, whether or not the owner has complied with the provisions of AS 28.10.271
, is considered responsible for the abandonment of the vehicle and is liable for the cost of removal and disposition of
the abandoned vehicle unless
- (1) the vehicle was abandoned by a person driving the vehicle without the permission of the owner; or
- (2) the identity of the person abandoning the vehicle is established and the abandonment was without the consent of the
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