Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 75. Weights and Measures Act
Section 120. Disposition of Correct and Incorrect Apparatus.
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AS 45.75.120. Disposition of Correct and Incorrect Apparatus.

(a) The director shall approve for use and seal or mark with appropriate devices the weights and measures that the director finds upon inspection and test to be correct as provided in AS 45.75.050 , and shall reject and mark or tag as "rejected" the weights and measures that the director finds, upon inspection or test, to be incorrect as provided in AS 45.75.050 but which in the director's best judgment are susceptible of satisfactory repair. This sealing or marking is not required for weights and measures exempted by regulation of the director.

(b) The director shall condemn, and may seize and destroy weights and measures found to be incorrect that, in the director's best judgment, are not susceptible of satisfactory repair. Weights and measures that are rejected may be confiscated and destroyed by the director if not corrected as required by AS 45.75.180 or if used or disposed of contrary to the requirements of AS 45.75.180 .

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