Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 60. Safety
Section 610. Delegation of Authority.
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AS 18.60.610. Delegation of Authority.

Upon application to the department, a person, corporation, electric utility firm, public utility district, rural electrification association, or municipal utility district furnishing electrical current may be authorized by the commissioner to inspect the electrical wiring for a public or commercial structure as defined in AS 18.60.660 to which it is to furnish electrical current before energizing the electrical system on, in, or about the premises. Authorization by the commissioner under this section constitutes a grant of full authority to act within the provisions of AS 18.60.580 - 18.60.660 with the same immunities and privileges accorded to the state in the performance of these duties. A person or entity whose electrical wiring installation is found by the authorized inspector not to meet the standards prescribed has the right to appeal to the commissioner for a new inspection. The commissioner shall, within 15 days, furnish a new inspection by a designee not associated with the person, firm, or utility that did the original inspection.

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