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(a) A permittee may request amendment of a fish transport permit by submitting, in writing to the department regional office where the permit was issued, an amended plan and a statement explaining why the amendment is necessary.
(b) The commissioner or his authorized designee will issue an amendment to the permit upon a determination made pursuant to 5 AAC 41.030(a) or (b). The commissioner or his authorized designee will approve, condition or deny a request for amendment within 30 days after receipt of the request in the appropriate regional office.
(c) The commissioner or his authorized designee may alter or amend permit conditions if additional information or unforeseen changes allow relaxation, or changed circumstances affect the adequacy of permit terms and conditions.
(d) Amendments approved by the commissioner or his authorized designee become effective when received by the permittee, or at a later date specified in the amendment. Unless otherwise specified, amendments remain valid for the duration of the permit.
History: In effect before 1988
Authority: AS 16.05.251 (a)
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