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(a) Procedure for Objecting to a Recommendation. A party aggrieved by a recommendation of the board or hearing officer may object to the commissioner within 10 days from the notification of the recommendation. The objections shall be in writing and shall state in a brief and informal manner the reasons for the objection. Upon receipt of the objection, the commissioner will review the record and issue a final determination concerning the proposed rental increase.
(b) Record. The record for purposes or reviewing objections or for purposes of judicial review consists of all written statements, evidence, and reports submitted to the board or hearing officer, and the recording of the hearing.
History: Eff. 5/6/75, Register 54; am 11/15/75, Register 56
Authority: AS 34.06.030
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