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Any survey of a municipal land selection done to comply with AS 29.18.207 (c) must meet the requirements of the following sections of this chapter, but is exempt from the remainder of the chapter:
(1) all of sec. 100, and all of sec. 110 except for (1), (2), and (5);
(2) all of sec. 120;
(3) all of sec. 150(a), except that for a Category I survey the municipality need monument only the exterior boundary of the selection; for a Category II survey the municipality need monument only interior lines of the township along the exterior boundary of the selection, and no further survey is required if the entire township or remainder is selected; for a Category III survey the municipality need monument only interior lines of the township along the exterior boundary of the selection that have not been previously monumented, and no further survey is required if the entire remainder of the township is selected;
(4) all of secs. 160(a), except that no preliminary plat is required; all of secs. 190(a), (b), and (d), 200, 210, 230, and 240;
(5) all of sec. 300, except for the first paragraph, in lieu of which the following applies: all easements and rights-of-way of record, as well as those being dedicated, must be shown on the plat, but need not be surveyed; except as otherwise provided by law, easements reserved under this section are vested in the public; easements and rights-of-way of at least the widths listed in this section must be dedicated and shown on the plat;
(6) sec. 350(a)(1) and (a)(2) will apply only if management authority for the easement has not been transferred to the municipality; the director may not require that easements reserved under sec. 330 of this chapter be surveyed, but they must be shown on the plat;
(7) all applicable portions of sec. 500.
History: Eff. 3/27/80, Register 73
Authority: AS 29.18.207
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