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(a) After a hearing under AS 21.06.170 - 21.06.240, if the director decides to suspend or revoke a person's license for a violation under 3 AAC 31.345, the director will issue an order effective 10 days after the issue date of the order that the license is suspended or revoked.
(b) After a hearing under AS 21.06.170 - 21.06.240, the director may place conditions on a person's license, if the director determines that the
(2) conditions will protect the public from injury or potential injury.
(c) With the consent of an applicant or licensee, the director may issue or renew a license with restrictions upon the scope of the person's license or may otherwise restrict or condition the activities of the licensee if the director determines that the
(2) restrictions or conditions will protect the public from injury or potential injury.
(d) In an order suspending a license, the director will specify the period during which the license is suspended. The director will not set a period of suspension that exceeds 12 months after the effective date of the order as calculated under (a) of this section.
(e) An order revoking a license must specify the period during which the person may not seek to be licensed in this state or licensed relative to a subject resident, located or to be performed in this state.
(f) In addition to any other penalty provided under AS 21.89.110 , a person whose license has been suspended or revoked shall pay a penalty equal to all or a portion of the compensation
(1) received during the suspension or revocation; and
(2) relating to a viatical settlement transaction that occurred during the period in which the license was suspended or revoked.
History: Eff. 8/25/2002, Register 163
Authority: AS 21.06.090
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