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(a) In determining if an applicant fulfills the two-year residency requirements under AS 16.10.310 , the loan committee may consider any information that would indicate the applicant's residency, including where the applicant
(1) is registered to vote;
(2) maintains a permanent place of abode;
(3) files tax returns, and the address that is listed on the returns;
(4) registers or licenses personal property, including but not limited to cars, boats, trucks and trailers;
(5) is licensed to drive;
(6) maintains bank accounts, savings accounts, lines of credit, and other financial relationships;
(7) has claimed or received benefits as a resident;
(8) has received permanent fund dividends; and
(9) owns real property.
(b) If two or more individuals apply jointly or as a partnership or corporation, all parties to the application must establish residency.
History: Eff. 9/11/85, Register 95; am 3/16/95, Register 133; am 8/10/97, Register 143
Authority: AS 16.10.310
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