Alaska Statutes.
Title 43. Revenue and Taxation
Chapter 76. Fisheries Taxes and Assessments
Section 350. Two Percent Seafood Development Tax.
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AS 43.76.350. Two Percent Seafood Development Tax.

(a) A person holding a limited entry permit or interim-use permit under AS 16.43 shall pay a seafood development tax at the rate of two percent of the value, as defined in AS 43.75.290 , of fishery resources taken in a fishery that the person removes from the state or transfers to a buyer in the state.

(b) A two percent seafood development tax on fishery resources taken in a fishery may only be levied and collected under (a) of this section if

(1) the commissioner of commerce, community, and economic development has designated an organization to be the qualified regional seafood development association for the seafood development region in which the fishery occurs; and

(2) the two percent seafood development tax for the fishery is approved under AS 43.76.370 .

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