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(a) Advertising of land which does not have available access to the purchaser shall disclose that fact and its effect.
(b) Advertising which refers to legal access shall indicate whether or not the access is usable as a passage for conventional automobiles.
(c) Advertising may not refer to the existence of a road easement or a road right-of-way unless the easement or right-of-way has been dedicated to the public or to appropriate property owners and recorded in the public records of the county or borough where the property is located.
(d) Advertising which indicates the size of the tract offered must indicate the size and kind of all easements to which the property may be subject.
History: Eff. 4/3/76, Register 58
Authority: AS 34.55.010 (a)
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