- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 34. Property
- Chapter 8. Common Interest Ownership
- Section 380. Upkeep of Common Interest Community.
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AS 34.08.380. Upkeep of Common Interest Community.
- (a) Except to the extent provided by the declaration, by (b) of this section, or by AS 34.08.440
(h), the association is responsible for the maintenance, repair, and replacement of the common elements, and each unit
owner is responsible for the maintenance, repair, and replacement of the unit. Each unit owner shall afford to the
association, the other unit owners, and to their agents or employees, access through the unit that is reasonably
necessary for maintenance and repair of the unit. If damage is inflicted on the common elements or on any unit through
which access is taken, the unit owner responsible for the damage, or the association if it is responsible, is liable
for the prompt repair of the damage.
- (b) In addition to the liability that a declarant as a unit owner has under this chapter, a declarant is solely liable for
the expenses in connection with real estate subject to development rights. No other unit owner and no other portion of
the common interest community is subject to a claim for payment of expenses in connection with development rights.
Unless the declaration provides otherwise, the income and proceeds from real estate subject to development rights
inures to the declarant.
- (c) In a planned community, when all development rights have expired with respect to real estate, the declarant remains
liable for the expenses of the real estate unless, upon expiration, the declaration provides that the real estate
becomes common elements or units.
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