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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 190 . Real Property From Dissolved Municipalities
Section 25. Form of document of conveyance

3 AAC 190.025. Form of document of conveyance

Before or upon a determination by the commissioner to accept a tender of land by a village corporation under 3 AAC 190.020, the village corporation must execute and deliver to the commissioner a quitclaim deed to the State of Alaska. The deed must be in a form that, in the commissioner's judgment, will effectively pass title to the surface estate to the State of Alaska upon its acceptance of delivery by the commissioner. The deed must be accompanied by a certification that title is held by the village corporation, that there has been no previous conveyance of the land, and that there are no liens, encumbrances, charges, or claims (other than those arising under ANCSA) affecting the surface rights to the land being conveyed which were created by or are the result of any action taken by the village corporation. The commissioner will signify acceptance by placing a written endorsement upon the face of the deed. Except in the case of less-than-fee interests (described in 19 AAC 90.040), the deed must convey all present and after-acquired title held by the corporation in the surface estate.

History: Eff. 9/21/79, Register 71; am 11/19/88, Register 108

Authority: AS 44.33.755 (a)


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