- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 30. Navigation, Harbors, and Shipping
- Chapter 17. Adak Reuse Authority
- Section 320. Succession.
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AS 30.17.320. Succession.
The authority is dissolved one year after the date of incorporation of a municipality, other than a second class city,
that has an area coterminous with or inclusive of the area formerly encompassed by the Adak Naval Air Facility. Upon
dissolution of the authority, the municipality succeeds to the assets and liabilities of the authority and succeeds to
the rights, powers, and duties of the authority under contracts to which the authority is a party on the date of
dissolution. Except for this section, this chapter is not applicable to a municipality that succeeds the authority.
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