Alaska Statutes.
Title 44. State Government
Chapter 50. Notaries Public
Section 36. Denial of Applications.
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AS 44.50.036. Denial of Applications.

The lieutenant governor shall deny an application for a notary public commission if the

(1) applicant does not meet the requirements of this chapter;

(2) application is not complete or contains a material misstatement or omission of fact relating to the requirements for a commission under this chapter;

(3) applicant has, within 10 years before the commission is to take effect, been convicted of a felony or incarcerated in a correctional facility for a felony conviction; or

(4) applicant's commission as a notary public has been revoked, within 10 years before the commission is to take effect, in

(A) this state for a reason stated in

(i) AS 44.50.068 (a)(2) or (4);

(ii) AS 44.50.068 (a)(3), unless the person has reestablished residency in this state under AS 01.10.055 before the person submits the application; or

(B) another jurisdiction for a reason substantially similar to AS 44.50.068(a)(2) or (4).

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