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A claim to an existing right is extinguished unless the claim was filed by
(1) March 27, 1967, for the Kodiak Recording District;
(2) May 31, 1967, for the Seldovia, Homer, Kenai, and Seward Recording Districts;
(3) July 31, 1967, for the Anchorage, Palmer, and Whittier Recording Districts;
(4) October 31, 1967, for all Southeast Alaska Recording Districts; and
(5) April 30, 1968, for the Cordova, Nome, and Fairbanks Recording Districts and for the remainder of the state.
History: Eff. 12/29/79, Register 72
Authority: AS 46.15.020
AS 46.15.135 (b)
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