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(a) For the purposes of this chapter,
(1) for non-commercial vehicles, the owner's "residence address" means the address, legal description, or physical description of the owner's principal place of residence; "principal place of residence" means the place where a person normally resides, resides the majority of the time, or returns to after periods of temporary absence;
(2) for non-commercial vehicles, in the case of multiple owners with different residence addresses, the residence address means the one that best identifies where the vehicle is normally kept or operated;
(3) for commercial vehicles, the owner's "residence address" means the address where the business is physically located, or the situs as defined in AS 28.10.431 (e).
(b) For purposes of this chapter, a person may have only one principal place of residence.
History: Eff. 10/2/92, Register 123
Authority: AS 28.05.011
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