Alaska Statutes.
Title 24. Legislature
Chapter 60. Standards of Conduct
Section 105. Deadlines For Filing Disclosures.
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AS 24.60.105. Deadlines For Filing Disclosures.

(a) When a legislator or legislative employee is required to file a disclosure under this chapter and a date by which the disclosure must be filed is not otherwise set by statute, the deadline for filing the disclosure shall be 30 days after the commencement of the matter or interest or the date the legislator or legislative employee first becomes subject to this chapter, whichever comes later.

(b) Disclosures under the following statutes are subject to the deadlines set out in this section:

(1) service on the board of an organization as set out in AS 24.60.030(f);

(2) an interest in a state contract or lease under AS 24.60.040 and the renegotiation of the terms of a state contract or lease that materially affect the obligations of either party;

(3) participation in a state program or receipt of a state loan under AS 24.60.050 and the renegotiation of the terms of the program or loan if the renegotiation materially affects the obligations of either party;

(4) formation or maintenance of a close economic association under AS 24.60.070;

(5) representation of a client under AS 24.60.100 .

(c) In addition to the filing requirements under (a) and (b) of this section, the disclosures under (b) of this section shall be made annually, in a report filed with the committee within 30 days after the first day of the regular legislative session.

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