- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 38. Public Land
- Chapter 50. Exchange of State Land
- Section 80. Prohibition Against Future Considerations and Alienation of Selection Rights.
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AS 38.50.080. Prohibition Against Future Considerations and Alienation of Selection Rights.
- (a) The director may not negotiate or enter into a land exchange agreement which requires the identification of land,
interest in land, or other consideration, except for the performance of necessary survey work, at any time after the
agreement is initially executed.
- (b) The director, in implementing the provisions of this chapter, may not alienate or agree not to exercise selection
rights granted to the state in the Alaska Statehood Act or other applicable law authorizing the state to select land or
interest in land.
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