Alaska Statutes.
Title 30. Navigation, Harbors, and Shipping
Chapter 30. Abandoned and Derelict Vessels
Section 70. When Public Auction Not Required.
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AS 30.30.070. When Public Auction Not Required.

Public auction is not required when the appraised value of an abandoned vessel, as determined by an independent appraiser is less than $100. The appraiser must have at least one year of experience in the sale, purchase, or appraisal of vessels. Upon that determination and after public advertisement has been made once in a newspaper of general circulation, the department may sell the vessel by negotiation, dispose of it as junk, donate the vessel to a governmental agency, or destroy it.

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