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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 8. Business and Professions
- Chapter 54. Big Game Guides and Related Occupations
- Section 605. Eligibility For Licenses.
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. Registered Guide-Outfitter License.
AS 08.54.605. Eligibility For Licenses.
- (a) Notwithstanding AS 08.54.610
, 08.54.620, 08.54.630, 08.54.650, and 08.54.660, a person may not receive or renew a registered
guide-outfitter license, master guide-outfitter license, class-A assistant guide license, assistant guide license, or transporter license
- (1) the person has been convicted of
- (A) a violation of a state or federal hunting, guiding, or transportation services statute or regulation
- (i) the person was imprisoned for more than five days within the previous five years;
- (ii) an unsuspended fine of more than $2,000 was imposed in the previous 12 months;
- (iii) an unsuspended fine of more than $3,000 was imposed in the previous 36 months; or
- (iv) an unsuspended fine of more than $5,000 was imposed in the previous 60 months;
- (B) a felony within the last five years; or
- (C) a felony offense against the person under AS 11.41 within the
last 10 years; or
- (2) the person's right to obtain, or exercise the privileges granted by, a hunting, guiding, outfitting, or transportation
services license is suspended or revoked in this state or another state or in Canada.
- (b) Notwithstanding (a) of this section, (a)(1)(B) and (C) of this section are not applicable to offenses committed by a
person who receives or received any class of guide license or a transporter license under sec. 13, ch. 33, SLA 1996, if
the offense was committed before May 23, 1996. This subsection does not apply when a person applies for a license that
is different from the class of guide license or the transporter license received under sec. 13, ch. 33, SLA 1996.
- (c) A person may not receive a certification for a game management unit if the person is prohibited by (a) of this section
from receiving or renewing a registered guide-outfitter license or master guide-outfitter license.
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