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(a) A property statement, appeal, notice, or other document that is required or permitted to be filed with the department or the board under this chapter is considered to be filed as follows:
(1) if it is delivered in person, by United States mail, or by facsimile transmission, it is filed at the time and date it is received and date-stamped by the department or board, as applicable; and
(2) if it is delivered by electronic mail, it is filed at the time and date the department or board, as applicable, confirms to the sender by electronic mail that it has been received.
(b) A property statement, appeal, notice, or other document may be filed by facsimile transmission or electronic mail only with prior written or electronic mail approval by the director. If a document or filing requires a signature, the document or filing may not be filed by facsimile transmission or electronic mail unless the director has also authorized an electronic signature, follow-up written copy, or other means to verify the authorized signature.
(c) To be timely, a filing must be received and date-stamped or, if it is submitted by electronic mail, confirmed before 5 p.m. on the date it is due, unless a different time has been specified by the department or board, as applicable, in writing or by electronic mail in advance of the due date. In this chapter, all times and dates will be determined according to local time in Anchorage, Alaska. If the due date day falls on a day when the department is officially closed, the filing must be received before 5 p.m. on the department's next official working day.
(d) The failure-to-file penalties in 15 AAC 05.210 apply to property statements, returns, and reports required under this chapter.
History: Eff. 1/1/2003, Register 164
Authority: AS 43.05.080
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