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From November 5, 1985 through March 4, 1986, the 11 AAC
chapter heading was "Mental Health Land," and 11 AAC
the only section in that chapter, was an emergency regulation on mental health land. However, the emergency regulation expired, and permanent regulations have not, as of May 1, 1986, been adopted, so the chapter is being re-used for the document recording and filing regulations, and 11 AAC
now deals with recording districts.
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