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(a) Application for the issuance or renewal of an interim-use permit must be made to the commission on a form provided by the commission. The application must be signed by the applicant or by an agent authorized in accordance with 20 AAC 05.1960. The total annual fee for the permit or permits being applied for or renewed must be submitted with the application.
(b) Repealed 11/26/87.
(c) Fees submitted for an interim-use permit for a specific fishery will be refunded only in the event of a season-long closure of the fishery or if the commission finds that a circumstance applicable to all permittees in that fishery has prevented a substantial number of permittees from participating. A permittee may request a refund by submitting an affidavit to the commission that specifies the circumstances that prevented the permittee's participation. The permit card must accompany the request. The commission will, in its discretion, require an applicant to submit additional affidavits or other evidence in support of a request for refund.
(d) Before the commission will issue an interim-use permit card in a given year, the annual renewal form submitted to the commission must show the ADF&G number of the vessel on which the card is to be used, and, except when excused for good cause or exempt by law, the vessel so designated must be licensed for that year.
History: Eff. 12/18/74, Register 52; am 1/1/78, Register 64; am 10/30/82, Register 84; am 6/5/83, Register 86; am 2/29/84, Register 89; am 6/16/86, Register 98; am 11/22/87, Register 104; am 11/26/87, Register 104
Authority: AS 16.43.100
AS 16.43.110 (a)
Editor's note: The substance of 20 AAC 05.410, which was repealed 6/18/86, Register 98, has been included in 20 AAC 05.425, effective that same date. The history note for 20 AAC 05.425 contains the history of the repealed section.
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