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Supreme Court reminds us of St. Paul

A MLUP might be functionally irrevocable, giving you an interest in state land, if you spend enough money or you plug a borehole

On May 29, 2015 the Alaska Supreme Court handed down two opinions relating to the Pebble Project: The first reversed the Superior Court's holding in Nunamta Aulukesti, et al, v. State, et al, regarding the revocability of Miscellaneous Land Use Permits, or MLUPs, and the second reversed the lower court's award of costs and attorney's fees against the plaintiffs in the Nunamta case.

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