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The director may establish a schedule of fees for any or all classes of certificates to be paid by shippers requesting such certificates. Upon receipt of such scheduled fee, or in the event no schedule has been established, then upon request of the shipper it is the duty of the director to make such inspection as may be necessary to determine the facts required by the state or country of intended destination and to issue a certificate stating the facts determined; provided, that no fee shall be charged for certification required by any law, regulation, or requirement of the United States or of this state. The schedule of fees established for such certificates shall be based upon the approximate cost of the inspection made therefor.
History: In effect before 7/28/59
Authority: AS 03.05.010
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