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Alaska Statutes Title 44. State Government § 44.64.030. Jurisdiction of the office

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(a) The office shall conduct all adjudicative administrative hearings required under the following statutes or under regulations adopted to implement the statutes:

(1) AS 04.11.510(b)(1) and (c) (alcoholic beverages license);

(2) AS 05.15 (charitable gaming);

(3) AS 05.20 (recreational devices);

(4) AS 05.90.001 (special racing events);

(5) AS 06 (banks, financial institutions, and fund claims), except as provided otherwise by AS 06.60.590;

(6) AS 08 (occupational licensing), other than AS 08.08, AS 08.18.125, and AS 08.62.046;

(7) AS 10.06 (Alaska Corporations Code);

(8) AS 10.13 (Alaska BIDCO Act);

(9) AS 10.25.375 (Electric and Telephone Cooperative Act);

(10) AS 10.50.408 (limited liability companies);

(11) AS 14.11.016 (education-related facility grants);

(12) AS 14.18 (discrimination in public education);

(13) AS 14.25.006 (teachers' retirement system);

(14) AS 14.25.175 (waiver of adjustments under teachers' defined benefit plan);

(15) AS 14.40.155 (suspension and removal of regents);

(16) AS 14.48 (postsecondary educational institutions);

(17) AS 17.20 (Alaska Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act), other than AS 17.20.060 and 17.20.360;

(18) AS 18.07 (certificate of need program);

(19) AS 18.20 (hospitals and nursing facilities);

(20) AS 21.09, AS 21.22.190, AS 21.27, except under AS 21.27.420(d), AS 21.34, AS 21.36, except under AS 21.36.461, AS 21.69, AS 21.86.200, AS 21.87, and AS 21.96 (insurance);

(21) AS 25.27 (child support services);

(22) AS 32.06 (Uniform Partnership Act);

(23) AS 34.45 (unclaimed property);

(24) AS 34.55.024 and 34.55.026 (Uniform Land Sales Practices Act);

(25) AS 36.30 (State Procurement Code), other than AS 36.30.627(a)(2);

(26) AS 38.05.065 (contracts for sale of state land);

(27) AS 39.30.165 (supplemental benefits system);

(28) AS 39.30.335 (teachers' and public employees' health reimbursement arrangement plan);

(29) AS 39.35.006 (public employees' retirement system);

(30) AS 39.35.522 (waiver of adjustments under public employees' defined benefit plan);

(31) AS 39.45.055 (public employees' deferred compensation program);

(32) AS 39.52 (Alaska Executive Branch Ethics Act);

(33) AS 43.23 (permanent fund dividends);

(34) AS 43.70 (Alaska Business License Act);

(35) AS 44.50 (notaries public);

(36) AS 44.77 (claims against the state);

(37) AS 45.30.040 (mobile homes);

(38) AS 45.48.080(c) (breach of security involving personal information);

(39) AS 45.55 (Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act corporations proxy solicitations and initial issuance of stock);

(40) AS 45.56 (Alaska Securities Act);

(41) AS 45.57 (Takeover Bid Disclosure Act);

(42) AS 46 (water, air, energy, and environmental conservation), other than AS 46.03.820, 46.03.850, AS 46.39, and AS 46.40;

(43) AS 47.05 (assistance programs);

(44) AS 47.07 (medical assistance for needy persons);

(45) AS 47.25 (public assistance);

(46) AS 47.27 (Alaska temporary assistance program);

(47) AS 47.32 (licensing by the Department of Health and Social Services);

(48) AS 47.37.130 (alcohol safety action program);

(49) AS 47.37.140 (treatment facilities);

(50) AS 47.45.050 (longevity bonuses);

(51) AS 47.45.306 (Alaska senior benefits payment program).

(b) An agency may request the office to conduct an administrative hearing or other proceeding of that agency or to conduct several administrative hearings or other proceedings under statutes not listed in (a) of this section.  The office may provide the service after entering into a written agreement with the agency describing the services to be provided and providing for reimbursement by the agency to the office of the costs incurred by the office in providing the services.

(c) To the extent otherwise permitted by law, the agency may delegate to the administrative law judge assigned to conduct the hearing on behalf of the agency the authority to make a final agency decision in the matter.  The final decision may be appealed to the superior court by any party.

(d) Nothing in this chapter may be construed to create a right to a hearing or to require a hearing that is not required under other law.

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