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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
- Chapter 11. Licensing
- Section 680. Duration of Licenses and Permits.
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AS 04.11.680. Duration of Licenses and Permits.
- (a) Upon application and payment of one-half of the biennial fee, the board may issue a seasonal license under this title
that is effective for the intervals stated on the license. A seasonal license may not be effective for more than 12
months in a two-year period. Otherwise, all licenses issued under this title other than a retail stock sale license are
effective for the two calendar years ending December 31, unless a shorter period is prescribed by the board or by law.
- (b) A permit issued under this title shall be for the period prescribed by the board. The period shall be clearly
designated on the permit.
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