Alaska Statutes Title 13. Decedents' Estates, Guardianships, Transfers, Trusts, and Health Care Decisions § 13.50.190. Definitions

In AS 13.50.100 -- 13.50.190 ,

(1) “department” means the Department of Administration;

(2) “donation” means a monetary donation made under AS 13.50.150 ;

(3) “donor” has the meaning given in AS 13.52.268 ;

(4) “fund” means the anatomical gift awareness fund established under AS 13.50.160 ;

(5) “gift” means an anatomical gift;  in this paragraph, “anatomical gift” has the meaning given in AS 13.52.390 ;

(6) “motor vehicle or identification document” means

(A) a motor vehicle registration, a driver's license, or an instruction permit, or a renewal of the registration, license, or permit;  or

(B) an identification card issued under AS 18.65.310 ;

(7) “part” has the meaning given in AS 13.52.390 ;

(8) “procurement organization” has the meaning given in AS 13.52.268 ;

(9) “reasonable costs” includes the cost of

(A) computer programming and installing software and software upgrades;

(B) employee training that is specific to a registry or the donation program established under AS 13.50.150 ;

(C) producing literature that is specific to a registry or the donation program established under AS 13.50.150 ;  and

(D) making hardware upgrades or handling other issues for a registry or the donation program established under AS 13.50.150 ;

(10) “registry” means a donor registry established under AS 13.50.110 ;

(11) “registry information” means information obtained under AS 13.50.100 ;

(12) “state” means a state, territory, or possession of the United States, the District of Columbia, or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.


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