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All survey work must be accomplished with equipment and procedures sufficient to insure at least the degree of accuracy prescribed in this section for the class of survey required.
(1) Class I Surveys. This class of survey is for control surveys where accuracy greater than 1:10,000 is required. It is required by the division for, but is not limited to
(A) extension of the geodetic control from existing networks into areas where cadastral surveys are to be established in accordance with the official protraction diagrams; and
(B) establishing control survey networks to National Geodetic Survey accuracy.
(2) Class II Surveys. This class of survey is for urban areas where a municipal platting authority requires survey accuracy of at least 1:5,000, but less than that for Class I surveys.
(3) Class III Surveys. This class of survey is for rural areas where survey accuracy of at least 1:5,000 is required. It is required by the division for, but is not limited to, subdivision, open-to-entry, shore fishery development, tideland, and metes and bounds surveys.
(4) Class IV Surveys. This class of survey is for remote areas when a survey accuracy of at least 1:2,000 is required. It is required by the division for, but is not limited to, cadastral rectangular surveys.
(5) Class V Surveys. This class of survey is for general location surveys where accuracy of at least 1:500 is required. This class of survey is required by the division for, but is not limited to, cabin site and mineral claim locations.
History: Eff. 3/27/80, Register 73
Authority: AS 38.04.045
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