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Title 20 . Miscellaneous Boards and Commissions
Chapter 5 . Mental Health Trust Authority
Section 405. Interim-use permits before establishment of priority classifications

20 AAC 05.405. Interim-use permits before establishment of priority classifications

(a) Before the commission establishes the maximum number of entry permits for a fishery not subject to a moratorium on new entrants, the commission will issue and renew interim-use permits to persons who submit applications under 20 AAC 05.425 and who establish their present ability to participate actively as a gear operator in the fishery.

(b) After the commission establishes the maximum number of entry permits for a fishery and before the applicant is assigned to a priority classification under 20 AAC 05.540, an interim-use permit under this section will be issued only to an applicant who

(1) submits an application under 20 AAC 05.425; and

(2) harvested the fishery resource commercially as a holder of a valid gear license or interim-use permit before January 1 of the year in which the maximum number is established and during a year which the commission specifies for eligibility purposes under AS 16.43.260 (a).

(c) An interim-use permit issued under this section cannot be renewed after the applicant is assigned to a priority classification under 20 AAC 05.540; the issuance of interim-use permits to these applicants is governed by 20 AAC 05.415.

History: Eff. 6/18/86, Register 98; am 1/2/92, Register 121

Authority: AS 16.43.100

AS 16.43.110

AS 16.43.210

AS 16.43.260

AS 16.43.270


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