Alaska Statutes.
Title 3. Agriculture, Animals, and Food
Chapter 30. Fences
Section 60. Failure to Close Roadside Gate Used For Retaining Livestock.
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AS 03.30.060. Failure to Close Roadside Gate Used For Retaining Livestock.

A person failing to close a roadside gate after opening the same is presumed to be negligent and liable for all consequent damage upon proof thereof. For the purposes of this section, a roadside gate is a contrivance located alongside or near a public or private road made for the purpose of passing through a fence that is used for or intended to be used for the retention of livestock.

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