Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 42. Morticians
Section 100. Funeral Establishment Permit.
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AS 08.42.100. Funeral Establishment Permit.

A person may not conduct, maintain, manage, or operate a funeral establishment unless a permit for each establishment has been issued by the department and is conspicuously displayed in the funeral establishment. Each permit is valid only for one specific location, and each firm operating from the same funeral establishment shall obtain a separate permit. The department shall issue a permit to operate a funeral establishment upon application for the permit on a form provided by the department. All permits expire at the time established under AS 08.01.100 and may be renewed for successive terms. Violation of a provision of AS 08.42.090 by a person operating a funeral establishment or, with that person's knowledge or consent, by an employee is considered sufficient cause for suspension or revocation of the funeral establishment permit.

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