Alaska Statutes.
Title 34. Property
Chapter 17. Uniform Conservation Easement Act
Section 10. Creation, Conveyance, Acceptance, and Duration.
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AS 34.17.010. Creation, Conveyance, Acceptance, and Duration.

(a) Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, a conservation easement may be created, conveyed, recorded, assigned, released, modified, terminated, or otherwise altered or affected in the same manner as other easements.

(b) A right or duty in favor of or against a holder and a right in favor of a person having a third-party right of enforcement may not arise under a conservation easement before the conservation easement is accepted by the holder and the acceptance is recorded.

(c) Except as provided in AS 34.17.020 (b), a conservation easement is unlimited in duration unless the instrument creating the conservation easement provides a limitation on duration.

(d) An interest in real property in existence at the time a conservation easement is created is not impaired by the conservation easement unless the owner of the interest is a party to or consents to the conservation easement.

(e) The state or a municipality may not establish a conservation easement on property by eminent domain.

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