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(a) Before giving technical approval to a plat of survey prepared for the division, the director shall attempt to give written notice to all persons owning land bordering on the survey, stating that he proposes to accept the survey and plat and that the adjacent landowner may review the plat and file a written technical appeal within 30 days after the notice is mailed. If no technical appeal is filed, the director shall accept the plat.
(b) If a technical appeal is filed in writing with the division, the director may, at his discretion, hold a technical hearing with the appellant. After the hearing is held, the director may allow the appellant 15 days to hire an independent professional surveyor, at the appellant's expense, to review the plat and survey data and submit written technical reasons why the division should not approve the survey. The director may thereafter, at his discretion, accept or reject the survey.
History: Eff. 3/27/80, Register 73
Authority: AS 38.04.045
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