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(a) If an arbitrator is unable to perform the duties of the office for any reason, including recusal, the commissioner shall appoint a substitute arbitrator in accordance with 2 AAC 12.958 - 2 AAC 12.960, and shall reassign the appeal to that arbitrator.
(b) If a vacancy occurs in a panel, the remaining arbitrator or arbitrators shall continue with the determination of the dispute, unless the parties jointly request the commissioner to appoint a substitute arbitrator in accordance with 2 AAC 12.958 - 2 AAC 12.960.
(c) A substitute arbitrator is subject to the same requirements of disclosure, recusal, and challenge under 2 AAC 12.962 as an arbitrator initially appointed.
(d) A substitute arbitrator shall promptly review the record and shall resume the appeal process from the point where the previous arbitrator left it.
History: Eff. 5/26/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 36.30.040
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