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A person aggrieved by an order or act of a deputy inspector employed under AS 18.60.230 or an approved inspector appointed under AS 18.60.235(a) may, within 15 days after notice of the order or act, appeal to the commissioner of labor and workforce development. The commissioner of labor and workforce development or the commissioner's designee shall hold a hearing within 30 days of the appeal but shall give at least 10 days' written notice of the hearing to all interested parties. Within 30 days after the hearing, the commissioner of labor and workforce development or the commissioner's designee shall issue an order approving or disapproving the order or act and shall give a copy of the order to all interested parties. Within 30 days after the order of the commissioner of labor and workforce development or the commissioner's designee, a person aggrieved may file an appeal in the superior court for review. The court shall summarily hear the appeal and may make an appropriate order or decree.
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