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(a) An application submitted for a certificate of number must contain the following information:
(1) name of the owner;
(2) address of the owner, including zip code;
(3) state of principal use for the boat;
(4) the boat number previously issued by the department or a similar agency in another state for the boat, if applicable;
(5) whether the application is for a new number, renewal of a number, or transfer of ownership;
(6) whether the boat is used for pleasure, rent or lease, boat dealer or manufacturer demonstration, commercial passenger carrying, commercial fishing, or other commercial use;
(7) make of boat;
(8) year boat was manufactured or model year;
(9) manufacturer's hull identification number, if applicable;
(10) overall length of boat;
(11) whether the boat is an open boat, cabin cruiser, houseboat, or other type;
(12) whether the hull is wood, steel, aluminum, fiberglass, plastic, or other;
(13) whether the propulsion is inboard, outboard, inboard-outdrive, sail, or other;
(14) whether the fuel is gasoline, diesel, or other;
(15) the signature of the owner;
(16) any other information that the department determines is reasonably required.
(b) A boat dealer or manufacturer submitting an application for a boat number that will be temporarily affixed to a boat for demonstration purposes does not need to submit the information specified in (a)(7) - (14) of this section.
(c) A person submitting an application to register a boat without mechanical propulsion does not need to submit the information specified in (a)(13) and (14) of this section.
(d) In addition to the information required under (a) of this section, an owner applying for a new certificate of number or a transfer of a certificate of number must submit one of the following documents:
(1) manufacturer statement of origin;
(2) carpenter's certificate;
(3) bill of sale from boat dealer or previous owner;
(4) title or registration from previous state;
(5) affidavit of ownership.
History: Eff. 2/3/2001, Register 157
Authority: AS 05.25.055
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