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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 5. Amusements and Sports
- Chapter 15. Games of Chance and Contests of Skill
- Section 145. Multiple-Beneficiary Permits.
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AS 05.15.145. Multiple-Beneficiary Permits.
- (a) Two to six municipalities or qualified organizations, or a combination of two to six municipalities and qualified
organizations, may jointly apply for a multiple-beneficiary permit under AS 05.15.100(d). The commissioner may not issue or renew a
permit except upon satisfactory proof that each joint applicant is a municipality or qualified organization, the
activity may be permitted under this chapter, and the issuance of a permit is not detrimental to the best interests of
the public. Upon request of the commissioner, the joint applicants shall prove conclusively each of these requirements
before a permit may be issued or renewed.
- (b) The provisions of AS 05.15.140
(b) - (d) apply to multiple-beneficiary permits and applications for them.
- (c) A municipality or qualified organization that is among the holders of a multiple-beneficiary permit may withdraw from
the permit by giving written notice of intent to withdraw to the department and to the other holders of the permit. The
effective date of the withdrawal is 30 days after the department receives written notice of intent. A municipality or
qualified organization that withdraws from a multiple-beneficiary permit may apply for a permit under AS 05.15.100
(a), but its share of the prizes awarded under the multiple-beneficiary permit and the prizes it awards under its own
permit are subject to the maximums established in AS 05.15.180
- (d) The holders of a multiple-beneficiary permit shall jointly file reports with the department that comply with the
reporting requirements imposed on operators under AS 05.15.083
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