Alaska Statutes.
Title 38. Public Land
Chapter 5. Alaska Land Act
Section 212. Production Royalty.
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AS 38.05.212. Production Royalty.

(a) In exchange for and to preserve the right to extract and possess the minerals produced, the holder of a mining claim, leasehold location, or mining lease, including a mining lease under AS 38.05.250 , shall pay a royalty on all minerals produced from land subject to the claim, leasehold location, or mining lease during each calendar year.

(b) The production royalty

(1) is three percent of net income as determined under AS 43.65; and

(2) is subject to the exploration incentive credit authorized by AS 27.30.

(c) The commissioner shall adopt regulations to implement this section and to provide for combined reporting and paying of production royalties for mining operations that include more than one mining claim, leasehold location, or mining lease.

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