Alaska Statutes.
Title 44. State Government
Chapter 3. Sovereignty of State
Section 30. Construction of Chapter.
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AS 44.03.030. Construction of Chapter.

This chapter does not limit or restrict

(1) the jurisdiction of the state over a person or subject inside or outside the state that is exercisable by reason of citizenship, residence, or another reason recognized by law;

(2) jurisdiction over or ownership of other water or land under other water inside or forming part of the boundaries of the state;

(3) legislative jurisdiction of the United States over an area to which legislative jurisdiction is ceded by the state and which remains in the ownership of the United States.

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