- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 47. Welfare, Social Services and Institutions
- Chapter 32. Centralized Licensing and Related Administrative Procedures
- Section 60. License Renewal.
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AS 47.32.060. License Renewal.
- (a) At least 90 days before expiration of a biennial license, a licensed entity that intends to remain licensed
shall submit an application for renewal of the license on a form provided by the department or in a format approved by the department,
- (1) all documents and information identified in regulation as being required for renewal of the license; and
- (2) any fee established by regulation.
- (b) Before expiration of a biennial license, the department or its representative may inspect an entity that is
the subject of a renewal application to determine whether the entity is operating in compliance with this chapter, regulations adopted
under this chapter, and other applicable statutes or regulations. After any inspection and investigation under this subsection and
before expiration of the biennial license, the department shall renew a biennial license if the department finds that
- (1) the licensed entity meets the requirements for renewal;
- (2) a ground for nonrenewal of a license does not exist; and
- (3) any applicable fee has been paid.
- (c) If an application for renewal of a license is submitted but the department is unable to complete its review
of the application before the expiration of the biennial license, the license is automatically extended for six months or until the
department completes its review and either approves or denies the application, whichever occurs earlier.
- (d) The department may place one or more conditions on a renewed license issued under this section to further the
purposes of this section.
- (e) The department shall adopt regulations establishing the grounds for nonrenewal of a license for purposes of AS 47.32.050 and this section.
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