Seven years after the judgment of escheat, net proceeds from the sale of escheated real property may be transferred from the escheated real property trust account to the general fund and credited to the land disposal income account under AS 38.04.022 , unless a person who was the owner or one of the owners of the property when the property escheated to the state has outstanding child support obligations, in which case the proportion of the net proceeds that is attributable to the ownership interest of the person shall be applied to the satisfaction of the child support obligations and the balance remaining after the satisfaction shall be credited to the land disposal income account.
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