Alaska Statutes.
Title 40. Public Records and Recorders
Chapter 21. Management and Preservation of Public Records
Section 90. Transfer of Public Records of Political Subdivision to Department.
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AS 40.21.090. Transfer of Public Records of Political Subdivision to Department.

The governing body of a political subdivision of the state may authorize the transfer to the department of records that have legal, administrative, or historical value but that are not required for the transaction of current business. The official of the political subdivision having custody of the records shall prepare a list describing the records transferred in sufficient detail to identify them. Copies of the list shall be filed with the department and with the public corporation or political subdivision transferring the records. The department shall acknowledge receipt of the list. Listed records approved by the department for transfer may be transferred to a records center designated by the department. The records center shall transfer any permanent records to the archives. Records transferred remain the property of the political subdivision. The department is the legal custodian of records in its possession.

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