Alaska Statutes.
Title 47. Welfare, Social Services and Institutions
Chapter 32. Centralized Licensing and Related Administrative Procedures
Section 110. Right of Access and Inspection.
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AS 47.32.110. Right of Access and Inspection.

(a) A designated agent or employee of the department shall have right of access to an entity

(1) to determine whether an application for licensure or renewal is appropriate;

(2) to conduct a complaint investigation;

(3) to conduct a standard inspection;

(4) to inspect documents, including personnel records, accounts, the building, or the premises;

(5) to interview staff or residents; or

(6) if the department has reasonable cause to believe that the entity is operating in violation of this chapter or the regulations adopted under this chapter.

(b) If an entity denies access, the department may petition the court for an order permitting access, or the department may seek to revoke the entity's license under AS 47.32.140 .

(c) Upon petition of the department and after a hearing held upon reasonable notice to the entity, the court shall issue an order to an officer or employee of the department authorizing the officer or employee to enter for any of the purposes described in (a) of this section.

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