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A person may act as guarantor if the borrower has insufficient collateral to secure a loan for the purposes described in AS 16.10.310(a)(1)(B) or (C). The loan agreement shall specifically describe the property of the guarantor to be used as collateral by the borrower and shall be signed by the guarantor and the borrower. The department shall provide the guarantor with a copy of all notices sent to the borrower by the department. If the loan is for the purchase of an entry permit or quota shares, the guaranty by the guarantor may not constitute a lien, mortgage, or encumbrance on or pledge of the entry permit or quota shares.
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