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(a) Plats submitted to the department under AS 40.15.305 must include the following:
(1) two full-size paper copies of the plat;
(2) plat review fees required by 11 AAC 05.010;
(3) a certificate to plat that
(A) is prepared by a title company;
(B) shows the names of the owners of record, and all encumbrances affecting the parent parcel; and
(C) is executed no more than 90 days before submittal;
(4) supporting documents, including
(A) deeds or plats that created the parent parcel; and
(B) documentation of access to and easements within the parent parcel as required by 11 AAC 53.630 or other applicable law;
(5) a lot summary for each parcel in the subdivision.
(b) The 45-day review period required by AS 40.15.305 (d) for plat approval begins when the department receives all items required by (a) of this section.
History: Eff. 7/5/2001, Register 159
Authority: AS 40.15.305
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