Alaska Statutes.
Title 24. Legislature
Chapter 55. Office of the Ombudsman
Section 110. Investigation of Complaints.
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AS 24.55.110. Investigation of Complaints.

The ombudsman shall investigate any complaint that is an appropriate subject for investigation under AS 24.55.150 , unless the ombudsman reasonably believes that

(1) there is presently available an adequate remedy for the grievance stated in the complaint;

(2) the complaint relates to a matter that is outside the jurisdiction of the ombudsman;

(3) the complaint relates to an administrative act of which the complainant has had knowledge for an unreasonable length of time before the complaint was submitted;

(4) the complainant does not have a sufficient personal interest in the subject matter of the complaint;

(5) the complaint is trivial or made in bad faith;

(6) the resources of the ombudsman's office are insufficient for adequate investigation.

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