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(a) A caretaker relative may appoint a representative who, in the relative's place, is authorized to apply for ATAP assistance on behalf of a prospective recipient. Anyone who is 18 years of age or over may be an authorized representative. The appointment of an authorized representative must be documented in writing, signed, and dated by the caretaker relative and the authorized representative. If the caretaker relative is illiterate, the relative may sign with a mark witnessed by two individuals who each date and sign their own name on the document.
(b) If a caretaker relative is physically or mentally incapable of making application, and is incapable of appointing an authorized representative in accordance with (a) of this section, an application for assistance may be filed by an individual who is acting responsibly in the place of the caretaker relative.
History: Eff. 8/5/92, Register 123; am 10/1/97, Register 143
Authority: AS 47.05.010
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