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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 60 . Public Information
Section 90. Evaluation for determination of fees

2 AAC 60.090. Evaluation for determination of fees

(a) The OPA shall evaluate a client's estate on the following occasions:

(1) for the case opening or monthly fees for guardianship or conservatorship services, within 90 days of OPA's appointment by the court;

(2) for the sale of property fee, within 30 days of the sale of the property; and

(3) for the property management fee, at the time OPA or a court visitor files the annual court report.

(b) The OPA shall evaluate a client's estate annually to determine the need for an increase or decrease in a monthly fee or a property management fee. The OPA shall evaluate the estate and make the determination at the time OPA or a court visitor files the annual court report.

History: Eff. 3/25/95, Register 133

Authority: AS 13.26.410

AS 44.21.410


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