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(a) By order of the commission, upon application in writing and a showing of good cause, any requirement of 3 AAC 49.010 - 3 AAC 49.080 will, in the commission's discretion, be waived in whole or in part, except the ballot marking and counting rules contained in 3 AAC 49.040(a) .
(b) Applications submitted under this section shall set out the pertinent facts in sufficient detail to support a finding by the commission that no legitimate public interest will be served by enforcing the requirement designated in the application. An application as required by this section may be made to the commission by motion or petition.
(c) Application for the waiver of a requirement must also include application under AS 42.05.711 (d) for exemption from a related provision of AS 42.05 if waiver of the requirement of 3 AAC 49.010 - 3 AAC 49.080 cannot be granted without also exempting the applicant from the governing law.
History: Eff. 8/14/80, Register 75
Authority: AS 42.05.151 (a)
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