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If the judgment creditor consents in writing in a form prescribed by the department to the issuance of a license or nonresident's operating privilege to the judgment debtor, the department may allow it for six months from the date of such consent and thereafter until the consent is revoked in writing, if the judgment debtor furnishes proof of financial responsibility notwithstanding default in the payment of judgment, or of an installment of the judgment prescribed in AS 28.20.270.
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