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Title 20 . Miscellaneous Boards and Commissions
Chapter 5 . Mental Health Trust Authority
Section 520. Evidence of qualification

20 AAC 05.520. Evidence of qualification

(a) Every applicant shall have the burden of establishing his qualifications for an entry permit. Specific evidence will be requested on the application form for that purpose. The commission may at any time require an applicant to submit additional evidence in affidavit or other form relating to his qualifications.

(b) To the extent practicable, the commission will provide each applicant with a summary compiled from state records and other reliable sources which will indicate, for those years from 1969 to the qualification date, those years that the applicant participated in each fishery as a gear license holder, the consistency of participation each year, the annual catch value of the fishery resource, and vessel ownership, if any. If the applicant verifies the information on this summary as correct, the commission will, subject to the provision of 20 AAC 05.805(d), accept the information on this summary as sufficient evidence of the facts stated. An applicant may contest the accuracy of any information included in this summary and may supplement this information by establishing additional facts regarding his qualifications with other evidence.

(c) An applicant may be required to submit copies of, or authorize access to, his state and federal income tax returns for the appropriate years, or evidence establishing that he was not required to file, or his Fisherman's Annual Information Report, as a primary source of evidence in support of his application. Tax returns and related information submitted by an applicant are confidential and will not be disclosed in any manner without the express consent of the applicant. When a copy of a tax return is no longer needed by the commission for the purposes for which it was requested, the copy will be destroyed.

(d) Evidence offered by the applicant for an entry permit will be accepted by the commission within the following time limits:

(1) Evidence in support of those applications which were to be submitted to the commission within the time limitations of 20 AAC 05.510(a) will be considered by the commission if received on or before July 1, 1978, unless the applicant is notified otherwise.

(2) Evidence in support of those applications which were to be submitted to the commission within the time limitations of 20 AAC 05.510(b) will be considered by the commission if received on or before September 1, 1978, unless the applicant is notified otherwise.

(3) Evidence in support of those applications which were to be submitted to the commission within the time limitations of 20 AAC 05.510(f) will be considered by the commission if received on or before September 1, 1978, unless the applicant is notified otherwise.

(4) Evidence in support of those applications which were to be submitted to the commission within the time limitations of 20 AAC 05.510(g) will be considered by the commission if received on or before May 1, 1978, unless the applicant is notified otherwise.

(5) Evidence in support of those applications which were to be submitted to the commission within the time limitations of 20 AAC 05.510(h) will be considered by the commission if received on or before December 31, 1978, unless the applicant is otherwise notified.

(e) Repealed 12/29/84.

History: Eff. 12/18/74, Register 52; am 1/21/78, Register 65; am 4/30/78, Register 66; am 12/29/84, Register 92

Authority: AS 16.43.100 (a)

AS 16.43.110 (a)

AS 16.43.260 (c)


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