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(a) After issuance a copy of the permit including any amendments must be retained by the permittee, and be made available upon request for inspection by a representative of the department, or a law enforcement officer of the Department of Public Safety.
(b) For the purposes of inspecting and monitoring compliance with the terms of the permit or the requirements of this chapter for the continued health and perpetuation of native, wild, or hatchery stocks of fish, each permittee shall give authorized representatives of the department, and law enforcement officers of the Department of Public Safety, free and unobstructed access at all times to permit sites. Each permittee shall give such assistance and furnish information the representative or law enforcement officer may reasonably require for monitoring and inspection.
History: In effect before 1988
Authority: AS 16.05.251 (a)
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