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Alaska Administrative Code
Title 12 . Professional and Vocational Regulations
Chapter 22 . Home Inspectors

Chapter 22. Home Inspectors

Section 5 . Transitional registration
Section 10 . Application for registration as a home inspector
Section 20 . Application for registration as an associate home inspector
Section 30 . Examination
Section 40 . Cash deposits instead of bond
Section 50 . Negotiable security in place of surety bond
Section 60 . Claims against cash deposits
Section 70 . Payment of claims against a cash deposit
Section 80 . Other judicial remedies
Section 90 . Notice of violation of bonding or insurance requirements
Section 200 . Renewal and reinstatement
Section 300 . Home inspector continuing competency requirements
Section 310 . Acceptable continuing competency activities
Section 320 . Contact hours
Section 330 . Audit of continuing competency requirements
Section 990 . Definitions

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