Alaska Statutes.
Title 36. Public Contracts
Chapter 25. Contractors' Bonds
Section 25. Optional Municipal Exemption.
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AS 36.25.025. Optional Municipal Exemption.

A municipality, by ordinance adopted by its governing body, may exempt contractors from compliance with the provisions of AS 36.25.010 (a) if the estimated cost of the project does not exceed $400,000, and

(1) the contractor is, and for two years immediately preceding the award of the contract has been, a licensed contractor having its principal office in the state;

(2) the contractor certifies that it has not defaulted on a contract awarded to the contractor during the period of three years preceding the award of a contract for which a bid is submitted;

(3) the contractor submits a financial statement, prepared within a period of nine months preceding the submission of a bid for the contract and certified by a public accountant or a certified public accountant licensed under AS 08.04, demonstrating that the contractor has a net worth of not less than 20 percent of the amount of the contract for which a bid is submitted; and

(4) the total amount of all contracts that the contractor anticipates performing during the term of performance of the contract for which a bid is submitted does not exceed the net worth of the contractor reported in the certified financial statement prepared and submitted under (3) of this section by more than seven times.

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