Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 88. Real Estate Brokers and Other Licensees
Section 41. Qualifications of Commission Members.
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AS 08.88.041. Qualifications of Commission Members.

(a) Five members of the commission must be real estate brokers or associate brokers who have been licensed real estate brokers or licensed associate brokers in Alaska for at least three years before appointment. Two members of the commission must be public members in accordance with AS 08.01.025 .

(b) Of the five members of the commission who must be real estate brokers or associate brokers, one member shall be from the First Judicial District, one shall be from the Second Judicial District, one shall be from the Third Judicial District, one shall be from the Fourth Judicial District and one shall be from the state at large. However, if no licensed real estate broker or licensed associate broker is eligible or available for appointment from the Second Judicial District, then two licensed real estate brokers or licensed associate brokers shall be appointed from the state at large.

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