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(a) Advertising of an improvement to a subdivision or any specific part of the subdivision which is not completed may not be made unless it is stated in clear terms that the improvement is merely proposed or under construction and the estimated date of the promised completion is indicated.
(b) Advertising may not describe land as a homesite or building lot if potable water is not available.
(c) Advertising may not contain a statement, photograph, or sketch relating to a facility for recreation, sports, or other convenience not on the subdivision, unless it is stated that the facility is not on the land and the distance to it in miles is given.
(d) Advertising may not refer to a governmental facility unless money has been budgeted for actual construction of the facility and it is available to the public authority having the responsibility of construction, or an actual disclosure of the existing facts concerning a governmental facility is made.
(e) Advertising which refers to "roads" and "streets" must make affirmative disclosure as to the nature of the roads and streets, including terms such as paved, gravel or dirt. In order to be described as improved or paved, a road or street must be constructed and surfaced according to county, city, or other acceptable authority specifications, or satisfactory guarantees must exist for the construction and surfacing.
(f) Advertising must disclose if the land or any part of it is regularly flooded or substantially covered by standing water for extended periods of time during the year, even if adequate drainage is assured by bonding or other means.
History: Eff. 4/3/76, Register 58
Authority: AS 34.55.010 (a)
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