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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 37 . Public Information
Section 210. Receipt of documents

2 AAC 37.210. Receipt of documents

If the administrator has no record of receipt of an application for enrollment in the plan, a request for change (such as change of address, beneficiaries, type of investments and dollar amount of investments), selection of deferral date, or selection of form of payment and benefit commencement date, the enrollment, change, deferral, or form of payment and benefit commencement date is ineffective unless the member shows reasonable proof that the applicable form was transmitted to the plan office within the plan document's prescribed filing deadline. Reasonable proof includes written demonstration of receipt, such as a stamped receipt from the plan office or a certified mail receipt.

History: Eff. 4/27/91, Register 118

Authority: AS 39.45.025

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