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(a) A respondent may file an answer to the complaint any time until 15 days after receipt of notice that the complaint satisfies the requirements in 2 AAC 50.450 or 10 days after receipt of an investigation report issued as provided in 2 AAC 50.460.
(b) An answer must be signed, include the mailing address and telephone number of the respondent, and be accompanied by adequate proof that copies of the answer and supporting documentation were mailed or delivered to the complainant. An answer may
(1) respond to the allegations in the complaint;
(2) state any defenses to the allegations;
(3) object to the complaint as so indefinite or uncertain that the respondent cannot prepare a defense;
(4) include relevant documentation; and
(5) include evidence that satisfies the standard for expediting a complaint in AS 15.13.380 (c), if expedited consideration of an alleged violation of AS 15.13 or a regulation adopted under AS 15.13 is requested.
History: Eff. 2/20/2005, Register 173
Authority: AS 15.13.030
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