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Land records trace the history of all land status from acquisition to disposal and consist of the following:
(1) land status plats, which graphically portray all actions affecting state land and land in other ownership as required; these plats are for illustrative purposes only; the actual written documents remain the official record; there are two types of land status plats
(A) land estate plats, which portray land actions and transactions on the surface of a township; and
(B) mineral estate plats, which portray subsurface actions and transactions within a township; these plats may also show state tideland data;
(2) the historical index, which is a narrative summary of and an index to state land actions and transactions that affect the title to, disposition of, or use status of state land or state tentatively approved land within a township; and
(3) the serial register, which is a numerical index of land actions assigned division serial numbers.
History: Eff. 3/27/80, Register 73
Authority: AS 38.04.045
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