Alaska Statutes.
Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 55. Special Actions and Proceedings
Section 430. Contents of Declaration of Taking.
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AS 09.55.430. Contents of Declaration of Taking.

The declaration of taking must contain

(1) a statement of the authority under which the property or an interest in it is taken;

(2) a statement of the public use for which the property or an interest in it is taken;

(3) a description of the property sufficient for the identification of it;

(4) a statement of the estate or interest in the property;

(5) a map or plat showing the location of the property;

(6) a statement of the amount of money estimated by the plaintiff to be just compensation for the property or the interest in it;

(7) a statement that the property is taken by necessity for a project located in a manner that is most compatible with the greatest public good and the least private injury.

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