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For each village as to which municipal trust land is accepted by the state, the commissioner will maintain a separate inventory of landholdings. This inventory of landholdings will include, at a minimum
(1) the land status history of each parcel of municipal trust land;
(2) an account of the number of acres of land that have been conveyed by the village corporation to the state in trust under sec. 14(c)(3) of ANCSA, and this chapter, including separate determinations of (A) acreage credits made under 3 AAC 190.035, (B) acreage as to which the corporation conveyed less than its entire fee interest in the land under 3 AAC 190.040, and (C) acreage as to which only equitable title has been conveyed under an agreement to convey land under 3 AAC 190.030;
(3) documentation of the creation and administration of each third party interest in the land; and
(4) an account of revenues received in respect of the land.
History: Eff. 9/21/79, Register 71; am 11/19/88, Register 108
Authority: AS 44.17.030
AS 44.33.755 (d)
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