Alaska Statutes.
Title 34. Property
Chapter 7. Horizontal Property Regimes Act
Section 190. Partition of Common Areas and Facilities Ownership Prohibited.
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AS 34.07.190. Partition of Common Areas and Facilities Ownership Prohibited.

(a) The common areas and facilities shall remain undivided and an apartment owner or other person may not bring an action for partition or division of any part, unless the property has been removed from the provisions of this chapter under AS 34.07.300 - 34.07.340. Any covenant to the contrary is void.

(b) Nothing in this chapter limits the right of partition by a husband and wife owning as tenants by the entirety or by the owners in common of one or more of the apartments as to the ownership of the apartment or apartments.

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