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(a) Every charge payable to the commission shall be transmitted by letter indicating the amount and purpose thereof.
(b) Every remittance shall be by money order, bank draft, or check payable to the Regulatory Commission of Alaska. Remittances in coin or currency are tendered at the risk of the loss of money sent in that manner.
(c) Postage stamps shall not be sent as a remittance unless the remitter is so directed.
(d) Every fee required by statute in connection with applications relating to certificates of public convenience and necessity or any other matter which by statute requires formal action by the commission must be paid in full before the matter will be docketed for consideration. Every charge for copying; printing; reproducing; furnishing copies of reports, orders, pleadings, tariff sheets, regulations, etc.; and all costs allocated under AS 42.05.221 (e), 42.05.401(b), 42.05.651, or 42.06.610 must be paid promptly upon receipt of the commission's invoice or order designating the amount owed. Failure to remit the amount due will, as appropriate, and at the commission's discretion, result in
(1) discontinuance of the service for which payment is due;
(2) denial of standing to participate in a proceeding in which costs may be allocated, until the amount due is paid;
(3) refusal of the commission to accept or act upon any application or tariff filing of the person who is in arrears, until the amount due is paid; and
(e) The commission may, by general order, prescribe appropriate charges to recover, in whole or in part, the costs it incurs in furnishing copies of notices, reports, orders or any printed or typed material in its possession, except privileged information or records.
History: Eff. 1/13/73, Register 44; am 6/29/84, Register 90; am 4/24/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 42.05.141
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