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(a) A remittance shall be by authorized credit card, or by money order, bank draft or check payable to the Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission. Remittances in coin or currency will be sent at the risk of the loss of money sent in that manner.
(b) Repealed 12/29/2000.
(c) The commission will charge for the costs it incurs in furnishing copies of any printed, typed, or computer-generated material in its possession. For a request regarding computer-generated material, the request will not be processed until payment of the copying charge is received by the commission. Charges for copies under this subsection are as follows:
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(d) A $10 user fee is established for the following services rendered at field offices staffed by Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission employees to provide the public with an alternative to obtaining licenses by mail from commission headquarters:
(1) embossing of a limited entry or interim-use permit card if obtained by original issuance, annual renewal, permanent or emergency transfer, or replacement of a lost or damaged card;
(2) issuance of a vessel license owner's receipt card if obtained by original issuance, annual renewal, change of vessel ownership, replacement of a lost or damaged vessel license receipt card, or registration for salmon net area or hand/power trolling.
(e) A person who issues to the commission a check that is dishonored shall, within 30 days after the date that demand for payment is mailed to that person, tender to the commission an amount equal to the amount of the check plus $25. An entry permit, interim-use permit, vessel license, or other benefit obtained by a dishonored check is invalid
(1) at all times until payment is made if the person who issued the check knew that it would be dishonored due to the nonexistence of an account, the closure of the account, or the issuance of a stop payment order; or
(2) on the 31st day following demand for payment if payment is not made within the 30 days allowed and if the check was dishonored due to insufficient funds in an active account or was dishonored for any other reason without the knowledge of the person who issued the check.
(f) Repealed 5/16/2002.
(g) The following fees apply to the issuance of duplicate permit cards and vessel licenses:
(1) duplicate permit card is $20;
(2) duplicate metal ADF&G number plate is $20;
(3) duplicate vessel license, consisting of a receipt or annual sticker, or both, is $20;
(4) there is no fee for a duplicate permit certificate or for a vessel salmon net area registration tab.
(h) The fee to process permanent transfers and emergency transfers of interim-use and entry permits is $50. Instead of the $50 processing fee, the transferor or transferee may pay a fee of $25 if both the transferor and transferee's total family incomes, as defined for the food stamp program in 7 C.F.R. 273.9 - 273.11, as revised as of January 1, 2005 and adopted by reference, fall within the poverty guidelines published by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, in the Federal Register on February 18, 2005 and adopted by reference, and neither the transferor's or transferee's assets and resources exceed those established for the food stamp program in 7 C.F.R. 273.8, as revised as of January 1, 2005 and adopted by reference.
(i) The fee for the initial issuance of a metal ADF&G number plate is $30.
History: Eff. 12/18/74, Register 52; am 11/26/87, Register 104; am 7/16/94, Register 131; am 5/4/95, Register 134; am 10/7/95, Register 136; am 12/29/2000, Register 156; am 10/31/2001, Register 160; am 5/6/2002, Register 162; am 12/21/2002, Register 164; am 12/6/2003, Register 168; am 12/1/2004, Register 172; am 11/6/2005, Register 176
Authority: AS 16.05.520
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