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A belated birth certificate shall be the regular certificate of live birth form, and shall be filed with the local registrar of the registration district within which the birth occurred. To be acceptable the form must be completed fully and accurately, and signed by the physician or other person who attended the birth; or in the absence or unavailability of such person, by one of the parents; or otherwise in accordance with the instructions of the State Registrar. The State Registrar may require additional evidence of the facts of birth before accepting the registration in cases where he deems this necessary. Such belated certificate shall be recorded and transmitted in the same manner as regular certificates of birth. No fee shall be charged for the registration of belated birth certificates.
History: In effect before 7/28/59; am 7/25/60, Register 2
Authority: AS 18.15.180
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