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In accordance with the Alaska Supreme Court's decision in Deubelbeiss v. CFEC, 689 P.2d 487 (Alaska 1984), the commission will allow denied and pending applicants to claim points, additional to those that could have been claimed on their original application, for the availability of alternative occupations under 20 AAC 05.630(b) (4), 20 AAC 05.656(b) (4), 20 AAC 05.664(b) (2), 20 AAC 05.668(b) (2), 20 AAC 05.673(a) (3), 20 AAC 05.677(c) (2), 20 AAC 05.681(c) (5), and 20 AAC 05.682(c) (5). Claims may be made only under those sections, and must be received at the commission by March 31, 1986. Claims will be accepted only from eligible applicants who submitted timely applications for entry permits in the fisheries for which they are claiming additional points under those sections. The provisions of the regulations listed in this section govern all applications pending before the commission on, and after, the effective date of this section.
History: Eff. 1/10/86, Register 97
Authority: AS 16.43.100
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