- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 29. Municipal Government
- Chapter 45. Municipal Taxation
- Section 390. Transfer and Appeal.
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. Redemption Period.
AS 29.45.390. Transfer and Appeal.
- (a) Foreclosed properties are transferred to the municipality for the lien amount. When answers are filed the court may
enter judgment against and order the transfer to the municipality of all other properties on the list pending
determination of the matters in controversy. The court shall hear and determine the issues raised by the complaint and
answers in the same manner and under the same rules as it hears and determines other actions.
- (b) The court clerk shall deliver a certified copy of the judgment and decree to the municipal clerk. The certified
judgment and decree constitutes a transfer to the municipality.
- (c) The judgment and decree stops objections to it that could have been presented before judgment and decree. Appeal from
a judgment and decree of foreclosure, or from a final order in the proceeding, may be taken in a manner provided for
appeals in civil actions.
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