Alaska Statutes.
Title 3. Agriculture, Animals, and Food
Chapter 35. Controlled Livestock Districts
Section 40. Liability For Damages; Lien.
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AS 03.35.040. Liability For Damages; Lien.

(a) The owner of land within a controlled livestock district, whether the land is fenced or unfenced, is entitled to recover, from the owner or person having custody and control of a domestic animal, for any injury done by the animal when grazing or running at large within a controlled livestock district contrary to the provisions of this chapter, and has a lien upon the domestic animal for the amount of the damage done.

(b) A claim for damages may not exceed $500 against any one animal for any one trespass.

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