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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 28. Motor Vehicles
- Chapter 5. Administration
- Section 131. Opportunity For Hearing Required.
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AS 28.05.131. Opportunity For Hearing Required.
- (a) Unless otherwise specifically provided, or unless immediate action in suspending, revoking, canceling, limiting,
restricting, denying, or impounding is necessary for the protection of the health, safety, or welfare of the public,
the Department of Public Safety or the Department of Administration, as appropriate, shall give notice of the
opportunity for an administrative hearing before a license, registration, title, permit, or privilege issued or allowed
under this title or regulations adopted under this title is suspended, revoked, cancelled, limited, restricted, or
denied or a vehicle is impounded by that department. If action is required under this section and prior opportunity for
a hearing cannot be afforded, the appropriate department shall promptly give notice of the opportunity for a hearing as
soon after the action as possible to the parties concerned.
- (b) The notice under this section must state the reasons for the proposed action of the Department of Public Safety or of
the Department of Administration, and must provide for a reasonable attendance date of not less than 10 days after
service of the notice. If there is no request for a hearing by the attendance date specified in the notice, the hearing
is considered to have been waived.
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