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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 16. Fish and Game
- Chapter 10. Fisheries and Fishing Regulations
- Section 337. Deficiencies and Transfer of Entry Permits After Foreclosure.
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. Default and Foreclosure.
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. Entry Permits as Collateral.
AS 16.10.337. Deficiencies and Transfer of Entry Permits After Foreclosure.
- (a) Upon a foreclosure on an entry permit as provided in AS 16.10.335
or the termination of a debtor's interest in an entry permit under AS 16.10.335(g), the commissioner shall offer the commission
a right of first refusal if the permit is subject to a buy-back program under AS 16.43.290 - 16.43.330 at a price equal to the amount outstanding on
the note plus any costs the department directly incurred in administering the loan.
- (b) If the commission does not exercise its right of first refusal within 30 days after it receives the offer, or if the
permit is not subject to a buy-back program under AS 16.43.290
- 16.43.330, the department shall advertise and sell
the permit. If the proceeds of the sale of a permit exceed the amount necessary to pay the note in full, plus
penalties, costs of administration of the note, attorney fees, and child support liens of which the department has
notice, the excess shall be transferred by the commissioner to the debtor. At any time until the permit has been sold
under this subsection, the debtor may repurchase the permit by paying the department the amount necessary to pay the
note in full, plus penalties, costs of administration of the note, and attorney fees, as determined by the
- (c) [Repealed, Sec. 72 ch 113 SLA 1982].
- (d) Nothing in this section affects the right of the commissioner to institute legal action for a deficiency resulting
from a default on a note given under AS 16.10.333
. In addition to any deficiency, the debtor is liable for the costs of administering the note and for costs and
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