Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 20. Purchase of Ore
Section 10. Certain Claimants in Possession Considered Owner of Ores.
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AS 45.20.010. Certain Claimants in Possession Considered Owner of Ores.

A person in the actual and peaceable possession of a mining claim, under claim or color of title, and engaged in the mining, shipment and treatment, or sale of ore from it, shall, as to all persons purchasing the ore in good faith and without notice as provided in this chapter of the title or claim of title, or ownership of another person to it, be considered to be the lawful owner of the ore.

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