- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 46. Water, Air, Energy, and Environmental Conservation
- Chapter 17. Supervision of Safety of Dams and Reservoirs
- Section 60. Entry Upon Property.
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AS 46.17.060. Entry Upon Property.
- (a) If the department has given two weeks' written notice of intent to inspect a dam or reservoir and the owner refuses to
allow the inspection, the department may seek a search warrant to allow the inspection. If the department has been
refused inspection of drawings, operational records, or other information concerning a dam or reservoir, the department
may seek an administrative subpoena compelling production of the drawings, operational records, or other information.
- (b) If the department has reason to believe that a dam or reservoir may be unsafe or presents an imminent threat to life
or property, the department may enter the dam or reservoir premises without notice.
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