Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 88. Real Estate Brokers and Other Licensees
Section 251. Inactive License.
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AS 08.88.251. Inactive License.

(a) A real estate licensee who intends to become inactive shall return to the commission the person's license certificate and a completed inactivation form provided by the commission along with any applicable fees. The commission shall issue the person an inactive license certificate. A real estate licensee whose license lapses under AS 08.88.095 (e) is not eligible for an inactive license under this subsection unless the license is reinstated under AS 08.88.241.

(b) An inactive licensee may not attempt or offer to do any of the activities listed in AS 08.88.161 , but may receive commissions or other payments from the broker who previously contracted with or employed the licensee for services performed while actively licensed.

(c) A person who has an inactive license certificate under (a) of this section may reactivate the license by applying for an active license and paying the required fees. A person is eligible for change from an inactive to an active status under this subsection only if the person has been in inactive status for less than 24 months. If the person has been in inactive status for 24 months or for more than 24 months, the person is required to meet the requirements for initial licensure in order to be licensed under this chapter again.

(d) A licensee may, subject to the approval of the commission, renew an inactive license for 24 months from the anniversary date of the issuance of the initial inactive license certificate under (a) of this section.

(e) An active license that has been converted from inactive status under (c) of this section shall be issued for the remainder of the current 24-month period of the inactive license.

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