2016 Alaska Statutes
Title 18 - HEALTH, SAFETY, HOUSING, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND PUBLIC DEFENDER
Chapter 18.60 - SAFETY
Article 02 - SEARCH AND RESCUE
Sec. 18.60.148 Transfer of forfeited aircraft to civil air patrol.
(a) A transfer to the Alaska Wing, Civil Air Patrol, of a forfeited aircraft under AS 16.05.195 (f), AS 17.30.122 , or another state law or regulation is subject to the following conditions:
(1) the transfer shall be made without cost to the Civil Air Patrol;
(2) the aircraft becomes a corporate Civil Air Patrol aircraft;
(3) the aircraft may only be used for Civil Air Patrol search and rescue, civil defense, and training purposes;
(4) the aircraft may not be transferred to another wing of the Civil Air Patrol unless
(A) the aircraft has been corporate aircraft of the Alaska Wing, Civil Air Patrol for at least 36 months after the date of transfer to the Alaska Wing; or
(B) the aircraft is being exchanged for another Civil Air Patrol corporate aircraft of equivalent or greater value;
(5) if the Civil Air Patrol determines that the aircraft should be disposed of as surplus property, the disposition shall first be approved by the Department of Administration.
(b) A transfer of a forfeited aircraft under this section shall be consummated by a contract between the State of Alaska and the Alaska Wing, Civil Air Patrol that includes the conditions set out in (a) of this section. The contract must also provide that the Civil Air Patrol indemnify the state for any amount for which the state may be liable for an act or omission relating to the aircraft.
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