Alaska Statutes.
Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
Chapter 60. Mortgage Lending Regulation Act
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AS 06.60.105. Biennial License Fee. [Effective July 1, 2008]..

(a) Except as provided by (d) of this section, a licensee shall pay the department a biennial license fee of $500.

(b) After payment of the initial biennial license fee under AS 06.60.035, a licensee shall pay the biennial license fee every two years on or before the anniversary date of the original issuance of the license, subject to renewal by the department.

(c) A mortgage licensee who is licensed to act as both a mortgage broker and a mortgage lender is not required to pay more than one biennial license fee.

(d) An originator licensee is not required to pay a biennial license fee if the licensee holds a mortgage license and an originator license, is the principal owner or legally authorized manager of the mortgage licensee, and was designated in the application under AS 06.60.020(4) as the individual to receive an originator license for the mortgage licensee.

(e) The license fee imposed by (a) of this section is in addition to the fee imposed under AS 43.70 (Alaska Business License Act).

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