Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 75. Weights and Measures Act
Section 180. Duty of Owners of Incorrect Apparatus.
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AS 45.75.180. Duty of Owners of Incorrect Apparatus.

Weights and measures rejected by the director or a sealer remain subject to the control of the rejecting authority until suitable repair or disposition of them is made as required by this section. The owner of a rejected weight and measure shall correct it within 30 days or a longer period authorized by the rejecting authority; or, may dispose of it in the manner authorized by the rejecting authority. Rejected weights and measures may not again be used commercially until officially re-examined and found to be correct or until specific written permission for their use is issued by the rejecting authority.


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