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A copy of the application for certificate of number submitted to the department may be used as a temporary certificate of number for no more than 60 days. A temporary certificate of number becomes invalid when the owner receives the certificate of number from the department or after 60 days from when the application was submitted to the department, whichever occurs first.
History: Eff. 2/3/2001, Register 157
Authority: AS 05.25.055
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