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(a) The application period for vessel entry permits for the Bering Sea hair crab fishery is from January 2, 2004 through April 15, 2004.
(b) A person or an entity that solely or jointly owns, as of January 2, 2004, a vessel that is qualified for a vessel entry permit under 20 AAC 05.1408 may apply for a vessel entry permit during the application period. In the case of joint ownership, only one jointly held permit will be issued, and the name of each joint owner and percentage of each joint owner's interest must be listed on the application. The applicant shall provide proof of vessel ownership with the application for a vessel entry permit. Evidence of vessel ownership in order of priority includes
(1) for a vessel required to be documented under the laws of the United States, the United States Coast Guard abstract of title issued for that vessel;
(2) a certificate of registration that determines vessel ownership;
(3) a bill of sale;
(4) other evidence that the commission determines is adequate proof of vessel ownership.
(c) If a vessel that meets the qualification requirements of 20 AAC 05.1408 has been lost or retired, the owner of the vessel at the time it was lost or retired may apply for a vessel entry permit for that vessel.
(d) The application fee for a Bering Sea hair crab fishery vessel entry permit is $200. This fee is nonrefundable and must be paid at the time an applicant submits an application.
History: Eff. 9/21/2003, Register 167; am 12/6/2003, Register 168
Authority: AS 16.43.100
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