Alaska Statutes.
Title 34. Property
Chapter 75. Noise Levels of Sport Shooting Facilities and Private Airport Facilities
Section 20. Time Limitation On Nuisance Actions.
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AS 34.75.020. Time Limitation On Nuisance Actions.

Except as may otherwise be provided by federal law, a person may not bring a nuisance action otherwise allowed under this chapter for the level of noise against a facility unless the action is brought within five years after the facility is established or begins operation or, if the action is brought after a substantial change in the use of the facility, within three years after the substantial change. In this section, "established" includes resuming shooting activity at a sport shooting facility if there has not been shooting activity at the facility for three or more years, or resuming airport activity at a private airport facility if there has not been airport activity at the facility for three or more years.

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