Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 26. Private Professional Conservators and Guardians
Section 120. Required Notification.
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AS 08.26.120. Required Notification.

A licensee shall notify the department immediately if

(1) the licensee fails to file a report to the court required by this chapter;

(2) the licensee has been removed as a guardian or conservator for a ward or protected person;

(3) the licensee has received a gift with a value of more than $100 from a ward or protected person during the two years before the appointment;

(4) the licensee has an interest in an enterprise that provides services to the ward or protected person;

(5) an employee or contractor of the licensee is arrested for any offense; or

(6) the licensee has filed for bankruptcy.

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