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(a) The procedures established under 4 AAC 52.590 must provide that a surrogate parent will be removed by the district if
(1) the surrogate parent requests removal;
(2) the surrogate parent fails to act with reasonable diligence on behalf of the child;
(3) the surrogate parent is not qualified to act as a surrogate parent under 4 AAC 52.600;
(4) the surrogate parent engages in actions which threaten the welfare of the child; or
(5) the circumstances which gave rise to appointment of the surrogate parent no longer exist.
(b) The district shall provide an opportunity for impartial review of a decision to remove a surrogate parent. The final decision of a district to remove a surrogate parent is not subject to appeal to the department.
History: Eff. 7/1/83, Register 86
Authority: AS 14.07.060
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