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(a) Except if procedures are otherwise expressly provided in this title for a particular board or occupation, an application is considered abandoned when
(1) 12 months have elapsed since correspondence was last received from or on behalf of the applicant; or
(2) the applicant has failed to appear for two successive examinations.
(b) An abandoned application is denied without prejudice and the application fee forfeited.
(c) At the time an application is considered abandoned, the division will send notification of abandonment to the last known address of the applicant. An applicant may request a refund of all unused examination and licensing fees credited to the application by submitting a written request for refund within 30 days from the date notification of abandonment was mailed by the division. If no request for refund is received, all fees are forfeited.
History: Eff. 5/4/90, Register 114; am 4/10/2003, Register 166
Authority: AS 08.01.050
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