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12 AAC 75.990. Definitions

(a) Unless the context requires otherwise, in AS 08.54 and this chapter,

(1) "board" means the Big Game Commercial Services Board;

(2) "camp" means a primary base of operations in the field for the hunt;

(3) "department" means the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development;

(4) "essential duties associated with guiding and outfitting" includes providing, in compliance with AS 08.54 and this chapter, the services listed in AS 08.54.790 (9), (11), and (12).

(b) Unless the context requires otherwise, in this chapter,

(1) "resident" has the meaning given in AS 16.05.940 ;

(2) "specified location" means the name commonly used for a drainage, mountain, lodge, camp, landing strip, or valley that is a documented place name or is commonly used by people frequenting the location.

History: Eff. 5/24/96, Register 138; am 8/2/96, Register 139; am 10/19/96, Register 140; am 12/25/96, Register 140; am 4/6/2001, Register 158; am 7/30/2006, Register 179

Authority: AS 08.54.600

AS 08.54.610

AS 08.54.620

AS 08.54.630

AS 08.54.710

Editor's note: As of Register 171 (October 2004), the regulations attorney made technical revisions under AS 44.62.125 (b)(6) to reflect the name change of the Department of Community and Economic Development to the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development made by ch. 47, SLA 2004 and the corresponding title change of the commissioner of community and economic development.

In 2012 the revisor of statutes, acting under AS 01.05.031 and codifying changes that appear in sec. 8, ch. 73, SLA 2012, realphabetized definitions in AS 08.54.790 , and renumbered former AS 08.54.790 (8), (9), and (10) as AS 08.54.790 (9), (11), and (12). As of Register 204 (January 2013), the regulations attorney made a conforming technical revision under AS 44.62.125 (b)(6), to 12 AAC 75.990(a) , so that a cross-reference to former AS 08.54.790 (8) - (10) now refers to the renumbered paragraphs, AS 08.54.790 (9), (11), and (12).

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Chapter 76
Pawnbrokers

Article

1. Licensing. (12 AAC 76.010 - 12 AAC 76.010)

2. License Renewal. (12 AAC 76.200 - 12 AAC 76.200)

3. General Provisions. (12 AAC 76.300 - 12 AAC 76.900)

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Article 1
Licensing

Section

10. Application for pawnbroker license.

12 AAC 76.010. Application for pawnbroker license

An applicant for licensure as a pawnbroker must

(1) submit a complete application on a form provided by the department;

(2) pay the applicable fees established in 12 AAC 02.380;

(3) demonstrate that the applicant has the required experience to engage in business as a pawnbroker by providing

(A) documentation showing at least six months of ownership of or management experience in a business; that documentation must show, at a minimum, experience in financial transactions, the sale or purchase of goods, or maintenance of an inventory; or

(B) documentation of completion of a two-year college degree program or higher level of education;

(4) submit a notarized statement listing each municipality or licensing jurisdiction in which the applicant holds or has ever held a pawnbroker license; and

(5) submit a report under AS 12.62 containing criminal history record information concerning the applicant and issued no earlier than 90 days before the application; if a state other than this state is the applicant's primary state of residence, or if the applicant holds or has ever held a pawnbroker license in a state other than this state, the applicant must also submit an equivalent report issued by that other state and issued no earlier than 90 days before the application.

History: Eff. 7/1/2011, Register 198

Authority: AS 08.01.060

AS 08.01.065

AS 08.01.080

AS 08.76.100

AS 08.76.110

AS 08.76.470

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Article 2
License Renewal

Section

200. Pawnbroker license renewal.

12 AAC 76.200. Pawnbroker license renewal

A pawnbroker license must be renewed biennially on or before December 31 of every odd-numbered year. In order to renew a license, an applicant must submit

(1) a complete renewal application on a form provided by the department;

(2) the license renewal fee established in 12 AAC 02.380; and

(3) if required under AS 08.76.140 (c), the delayed renewal penalty fee.

History: Eff. 7/1/2011, Register 198

Authority: AS 08.01.060

AS 08.01.065

AS 08.01.100

AS 08.76.110

AS 08.76.140

AS 08.76.470

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Article 3
General Provisions

Section

300. Pawnbroker standards and supervision of non-licensed employees.

310. Determination of good character.

900. Definition.

12 AAC 76.300. Pawnbroker standards and supervision of non-licensed employees

Only a licensee, or an employee that the licensee directly supervises and has directly trained, may perform an activity that is required under or subject to AS 08.76.

History: Eff. 7/1/2011, Register 198

Authority: AS 08.01.060

AS 08.76.100

AS 08.76.470

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