Alaska Statutes.
Title 38. Public Land
Chapter 35. Right-of-Way Leasing Act
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Chapter 35. Right-of-Way Leasing Act

Section 10. Legislative Declaration of Policy.
Section 15. Powers of the Commissioner.
Section 17. Limitation On Leases in or Adjacent to the Beaufort Sea.
Section 20. Grant of Right-of-Way Lease.
Section 30. Abandonment, Reduction, or Impairment of Service of Pipeline.
Section 40. Temporary or Emergency Service or Temporary Abandonment, Reduction, or Impairment of Service By Lessee.
Section 50. Applications For Right-of-Way Leases.
Section 60. Application For Certificate to Abandon or Diminish Service. [Repealed, Sec. 6 Ch 3 Fssla 1973].
Section 70. Notice of Application.
Section 80. Analysis and Public Hearing.
Section 90. Multiple Applications For Same Lease.
Section 100. Decision On Application.
Section 110. Term of Lease; Continuation.
Section 120. Covenants Required to Be Included in Lease.
Section 122. Products Pipeline Leases.
Section 130. Right-of-Way Easements or Leases Acquired From Others.
Section 140. Payment of Rental and Costs.
Section 145. Agreement to Provide For Payment of Preapplication Costs.
Section 150. Additional Provisions of Lease. [Repealed, Sec. 14 Ch 3 Fssla 1973].
Section 160. Transfer of Right-of-Way Lease, Certificates, or Pipeline. [Repealed, Sec. 15 Ch 3 Fssla 1973].
Section 170. Forfeiture of Lease.
Section 180. Suits to Enjoin or Recover Damages For Defaults.
Section 190. Application of the Administrative Procedure Act.
Section 200. Judicial Review of Decisions of Commissioner On Application.
Section 205. Lease Savings Clause.
Section 210. Delegation of Commissioner's Authority.
Section 220. Continued Operation of Certain Carriers.
Section 225. Binding Effect of Covenants.
Section 230. Definitions.
Section 260. Short Title.

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