Alaska Statutes.
Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
Chapter 26. Revised Alaska Trust Company Act
Section 910. Appeals.
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AS 06.26.910. Appeals.

(a) A person may appeal to the department

(1) a denial of an application under AS 06.26.090 (e);

(2) an order under AS 06.26.120 to increase or adjust capital;

(3) a denial under AS 06.26.150 of a change of the location of a home office under AS 06.26.150 ;

(4) a denial under AS 06.26.160 of permission for a trust company to establish a branch office;

(5) a denial under AS 06.26.170 of permission to establish or acquire a representative office;

(6) a denial under AS 06.26.180 (d) of permission to establish an office outside this state;

(7) a denial of a private trust company exemption under AS 06.26.200 and 06.26.210;

(8) the conditions or limitations established for an exemption under AS 06.26.200 (e);

(9) the revocation of an exemption under AS 06.26.230 ;

(10) a denial of permission for a private trust company to convert to a trust company under AS 06.26.240 ;

(11) a denial under AS 06.26.470 of an application to acquire control of a trust company;

(12) the disapproval under AS 06.26.650 of a conversion, merger, or consolidation;

(13) a denial under AS 06.26.840 (d) of permission to establish or acquire a trust office in this state;

(14) a denial under AS 06.26.850 (g) of permission to establish or acquire a representative office in this state; and

(15) a denial under AS 06.26.860 of permission for additional trust offices or representative offices.

(b) The department shall adopt regulations, consistent with the provisions of this chapter, establishing the procedures for appeals allowed under (a) of this section.

(c) The provisions of AS 44.62 (Administrative Procedure Act), including judicial review under AS 44.62.560 , apply to an appeal under this chapter to the extent the provisions of AS 44.62 do not conflict with the procedures established under (b) of this section or other provisions of this chapter.

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