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(a) The division will charge no fees for any act done by it except
(1) reasonable duplication fees may be charged for copying board files, papers, documents, orders, or decisions; and
(2) reasonable duplication fees may be charged for copying hearing tapes.
(b) The division may, for reasons of administrative convenience, refuse to duplicate or copy material for a person, provided the material sought is available for copying at a division office during normal business hours.
(c) An appellant must pay the cost of preparing the record on appeal. The division will not certify the administrative record until all costs of record preparation have been paid. The party requesting a transcription must pay the transcribing costs.
History: In effect before 7/28/59; am 5/28/83, Register 86
Authority: AS 23.30.005
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