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At the discretion of the director, for a parcel that is unsurveyed at the time of entry, the applicant may be allowed to deposit with the division the plat review and filing fees prescribed by 11 AAC 05.010, plus an amount estimated by the division as sufficient to cover the cost of surveying the parcel. The division will then be responsible for surveying the parcel and preparing the plat before the expiration of any time limits imposed by law. If the amount of money deposited by the applicant for the survey costs is not sufficient to cover the division's actual survey and plat preparation costs, the division will require the applicant to pay the remaining costs before it passes title to the applicant. If the amount of money deposited for the survey costs exceeds the division's actual survey and plat preparation costs, the division will refund the excess money to the applicant.
History: Eff. 3/27/80, Register 73, am 1/1/86, Register 96
Authority: AS 38.04.045
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