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(a) Upon receipt of notification of initial production from the Department of Natural Resources, the department will issue a certificate of exemption to a new mining operation, unless it determines, as provided by 15 AAC 65.200, that the operation does not qualify for the exemption.
(b) A certificate of exemption will be issued for a single mining operation. A certificate issued for a single mining operation will not exempt a person from tax on income received from other mining operations.
(c) A certificate of exemption issued for a mining operation temporarily exempts from the mining tax all persons receiving income from the property. For example, both the operator of a mining property and a royalty recipient are exempt from mining tax for the three and one-half year period.
(d) If the department determines that it will not issue a certificate of exemption, it will inform the applicant of its decision and the reason for making that decision. An applicant who disagrees with the decision may appeal that decision in accordance with AS 43.05.240 and 15 AAC 05.001 - 15 AAC 05.050.
History: Eff. 8/9/86, Register 99
Authority: AS 43.05.080
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