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(a) On each bill based on estimated usage, a utility shall indicate that it is an estimated bill.
(b) A utility may issue an estimated bill only if
(1) a customer who reads his or her own meter has failed to transmit the meter reading to the utility in accordance with the requirements of the utility's billing cycle;
(2) severe weather conditions prevent the utility from reading the meter; or
(3) circumstances make it dangerous or not reasonably feasible to read the meter.
History: Eff. 1/1/87, Register 100
Authority: AS 42.05.141
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