Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 81. Business Loan and Grant Programs
Section 40. Grant Conditions.
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AS 45.81.040. Grant Conditions.

(a) A business that receives a new business incentive grant must be operating on the date the grant is awarded and must continue to operate in the state for at least five years after the date the grant is awarded or must, within 90 days after ceasing to operate, repay the grant money together with interest on the money in an amount established by the department. A business that is a branch or subsidiary of another business may not receive a grant unless that other business agrees, in a form acceptable to the department, to be responsible for the obligation to repay grant money and interest under this subsection.

(b) The department may set additional terms and conditions for the award of new business incentive grants and for the payment of grant money. The terms and conditions may include requirements for the repayment of grant money even though repayment is not required under (a) of this section.

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