Alaska Statutes.
Title 30. Navigation, Harbors, and Shipping
Chapter 30. Abandoned and Derelict Vessels
Section 30. Limitation On Applicability.
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AS 30.30.030. Limitation On Applicability.

Wherever outside of an organized municipality in the state it is, or has become, the custom, common or accepted practice to anchor, moor, or otherwise leave a vessel in a port or harbor, or in the public waters, of the state in such a manner that it does not threaten or obstruct navigation, or to store or otherwise leave a vessel without permission on public or private property, unattended for a period of more than 30 days, where climatic conditions make use of the vessel impracticable, or applicable provisions of law preclude use of the vessel during that period of time, the unattended anchoring, mooring, storing, or leaving of the vessel does not constitute abandonment of the vessel as that term is used in AS 30.30.010 - 30.30.020.

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