Amendment to Internal Operating Procedure 202
[39 Pa.B. 4102]
[Saturday, July 18, 2009]
The Commonwealth Court has rescinded Commonwealth Court Internal Operating Procedure 202, at 210 Pa. Code § 67.12. The Internal Operating Procedure as shown below should be deleted from the Pennsylvania Code. Please publish the rescission immediately.
§ 67.12. Permission to Appeal; Administrative Litigation Costs.
The president judge shall circulate petitions for permission to appeal an administrative agency's denial of an application for counsel fees and costs, arising from litigation before such agency, for disposition in the same manner as petitions for reargument under § 67.35 (relating to rearguments; petitions for rearguments), except that such petition as to costs shall be granted where four votes of members of the court favor allowing the appeal. Each such petition shall indicate on its face:
(1) That a final decision on the merits has been made.
(2) That the petitioner has presented a similar petition to the administrative agency and that the petition has been denied.
KRISTEN W. BROWN,
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 09-1278. Filed for public inspection July 17, 2009, 9:00 a.m.]
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