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(a) The department may suspend, for a period of up to one year, or revoke a permit, license, or vendor registration, after giving notice to and an opportunity to be heard by the permittee or licensee if the permittee, licensee, or vendor
(1) violates or fails to comply with a requirement of this chapter or of a regulation adopted under this chapter;
(2) breaches a contractual agreement with a permittee, licensee, or registered vendor;
(3) becomes disqualified to participate in charitable gaming as provided in AS 05.15.105; for the purposes of this paragraph, a permittee, licensee, or vendor that is not a natural person is considered convicted if an owner or manager of the permittee, licensee, or vendor is convicted;
(4) knowingly submits false information to the department or, in the case of a registered vendor, to a permittee when the vendor knows that the false information will be submitted to the department as part of an application for registration; or
(5) gives or acts upon any inside information on the status of the prizes awarded or to be awarded in a pull-tab game.
(b) If the department revokes a license or vendor registration under this section, it may prohibit the licensee or vendor from reapplying for a license or vendor registration for a period of not more than five years. If the department revokes a permit under this section, it may prohibit the permittee from reapplying for a permit for a period of not more than one year.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alaska Statutes Title 5. Amusements and Sports § 05.15.170. Suspension or revocation of permit, license, or vendor registration - last updated April 21, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ak/title-5-amusements-and-sports/ak-st-sect-05-15-170.html
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