- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 44. State Government
- Chapter 62. Administrative Procedure Act
- Section 410. Time and Place of Hearing.
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AS 44.62.410. Time and Place of Hearing.
- (a) The agency shall determine the time and place of hearing. The hearing shall be held in Juneau or Ketchikan, whichever
is closer to the place where the transaction occurred or where the respondent resides, if the transaction occurred in
or the respondent resides in the First Judicial District; in Anchorage if the transaction occurred or the respondent
resides within the Third Judicial District; in Fairbanks or Nome, whichever is closer to the place where the
transaction occurred or where the respondent resides, if the transaction occurred in or the respondent resides in the
Second or Fourth Judicial District. The agency may, if the transaction occurred in a judicial district other than that
of respondent's residence, select an appropriate place of hearing in either district. The agency may select a different
place nearer the place where the transaction occurred or where the respondent resides, or the parties by agreement may
select any place in the state.
- (b) A party may request that the party or a witness participate by telephone in a hearing. The requesting party shall pay
the costs of the telephonic participation. Unless a finding is made that the telephonic participation would
substantially prejudice the rights of an opposing party, the agency shall grant the request for that party or witness
to participate telephonically if
- (1) no party objects;
- (2) the witness lives more than 30 miles one way from the hearing site;
- (3) the party lives more than 100 miles one way from the hearing site; or
- (4) other good cause is shown to the satisfaction of the agency.
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