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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 70 . Public Information
Section 90. Certificate of number required

2 AAC 70.090. Certificate of number required

(a) A person may not operate a boat under this chapter on water of the state unless it has on board

(1) a valid certificate of number for that boat issued by the department;

(2) a temporary certificate of number for that boat authorized under 2 AAC 70.150; or

(3) for a boat described in (b) of this section, a copy of the lease or rental agreement, signed by the owner, or the owner's authorized representative, and by the person leasing or renting the boat that contains at least

(A) the boat number that appears on the certificate of number;

(B) the hull identification number; and

(C) the period of time for which the boat is leased or rented.

(b) The certificate of number for a boat less than 26 feet in length that is leased or rented to a person other than the owner for non-commercial operation of less than seven days may be retained on shore by the boat's owner or the owner's authorized representative at the place from which the boat departs or returns to possession of the owner or the owner's representative.

History: Eff. 2/3/2001, Register 157

Authority: AS 05.25.055

AS 05.25.095


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