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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 48 . Telecommunications
Section 650. Incomplete applications

3 AAC 48.650. Incomplete applications

(a) An application that is completely unacceptable as to form, content, or otherwise may be dismissed and returned to the applicant with a letter explaining the reason for the action and stating that the action is without prejudice to refiling.

(b) If an application is found to be partially incomplete or defective, a letter may be written to the applicant containing the statement "By direction of the commission" in which attention is directed to the omitted material or defects and specifying a future date when the application may be dismissed unless satisfactory action is taken to correct the deficiencies of the application. If the applicant needs additional time to perfect his application, he may request an extension at least five days before the deadline date specified in the commission's letter. The commission may then by letter grant or deny the request or specify an alternative deadline date.

(c) If the commission's technical staff finds that an application, which is otherwise complete, lacks certain information needed to determine and fully evaluate its merits, the commission may request the applicant to furnish it, by a specified date, in a letter written "By direction of the commission" and the applicant shall supply it by the date specified as a condition precedent to any further action by the commission other than dismissing the application.

History: Eff. 1/13/73, Register 44

Authority: AS 42.05.141 (1)

AS 42.05.151

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