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(a) The lessee shall not interfere with the right of the public to enter the land for lawful pursuit of game animals, the taking of fish, the trapping of fur animals, or for temporary camping or other compatible uses.
(b) In order to protect the lessee's interest, the director may, if he deems necessary, grant written permission to post certain key areas.
(c) Lessee shall not prohibit or otherwise interfere with reasonable access to the leased area for other uses.
History: Eff. 4/16/70, Register 34
Authority: AS 38.05.020
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