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(a) Repealed 5/20/90.
(b) If the hearing officer determines that a genuine issue exists regarding the interpretation of a regulation or statute, and that no facts are in dispute, the hearing officer may order that the issue be decided without holding an evidentiary hearing. The hearing officer shall submit a statement of issues to the applicant or other party and provide a reasonable time to submit oral or written argument. The scope of arguments must be limited to the issues listed in the hearing officer's statement. The hearing officer's written decision following argument is subject to the administrative review pursuant to 20 AAC 05.1845.
History: Eff. 12/18/74, Register 52; am 12/30/82, Register 84; am 12/29/84, Register 92; am 5/20/90, Register 114
Authority: AS 16.43.100
AS 16.43.120 (a)
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