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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 8. Business and Professions
- Chapter 4. Accountants
- Section 450. Revocation or Suspension of License, Practice Privilege, or Permit.
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. Suspension or Revocation of License Revokes Permit. [Repealed, Sec. 53 Ch 16 SLA 2006].
AS 08.04.450. Revocation or Suspension of License, Practice Privilege, or Permit.
In addition to its powers under AS 08.01.075
, the board may revoke, suspend, or refuse to renew a license, practice privilege, or permit, or
may censure a holder of a license, practice privilege, or permit for
- (1) fraud or deceit in obtaining a license, practice privilege, or permit required by this chapter;
- (2) dishonesty or gross negligence in the practice of public accounting, or other acts discreditable to the accounting
- (3) violation of a provision of AS 08.04.500
- (4) violation of a rule of professional conduct or other regulation adopted by the board;
- (5) conviction of a felony under the laws of any state or of the United States;
- (6) conviction of any crime, an essential element of which is dishonesty or fraud, under the laws of any state or of the
- (7) cancellation, revocation, suspension, or refusal to renew authority to practice as a certified public accountant or
public accountant in any other state for any cause other than failure to pay a required fee;
- (8) suspension or revocation of the right to practice before any state or federal agency;
- (9) failure to satisfy the continuing education requirements prescribed by the board
under AS 08.04.425, except as conditioned, relaxed, or
suspended by the board under AS 08.04.425
(c) and (d);
- (10) failure to satisfactorily complete the supervision required by AS 08.04.423
or a quality review requirement under AS 08.04.426
- (11) committing an act in another state for which the holder of the license, practice privilege, or permit would be subject to discipline in this state.
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