Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 57. Regional Electrical Authorities
Section 30. Tax Exemption.
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AS 18.57.030. Tax Exemption.

(a) A regional electrical authority is exempt from payment of taxes or assessments, other than assessments that may be levied under AS 29.46.010, on property owned by the authority that is used for generation and transportation of electricity.

(b) All obligations issued under this chapter are issued by a body corporate and public that is a political subdivision of the state and for an essential public and governmental purpose, and the obligations, and the interest and income on and from the obligations, and all fees, charges, funds, revenues, income, and other money pledged or available to pay or secure the payment of the obligations or interest are exempt from taxation except for transfer, inheritance, and estate taxes.

(c) All obligations or liabilities of a regional electrical authority remain its own and are not obligations or liabilities of the state.

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