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1 Pa. Code § 35.1. Applications generally.


§ 35.1. Applications generally.

 Applications for authorization or permission which an agency may give under statutory or other delegated authority administered by it, in addition to the requirements prescribed in this part, shall conform to the requirements of the regulations promulgated by the agency under the several statutes and delegations of authority administered by it.

Notes of Decisions

   If the Insurance Commissioner has set conditions for lifting an order suspending an insurance company and a subsequent court ruling makes such conditions impossible to meet, the conditions of the Commissioner could be the subject of an application for authorization to resume business addressed to the Insurance Department pursuant to 1 Pa. Code §  35.1 (relating to applications generally) or a complaint under 1 Pa. Code §  35.9 (relating to formal complaints generally) Gibraltar Life Insurance Co. v. Bartle, 413 A.2d 32 (Pa. Cmwlth. 1980).

Cross References

   This section cited in 12 Pa. Code §  11.7 (relating to complaints); 22 Pa. Code §  351.1 (relating to purpose and scope); 34 Pa. Code §  111.15 (relating to no other pleadings allowed); 34 Pa. Code §  111.21 (relating to content and form); 34 Pa. Code §  111.32 (relating to form/content); 34 Pa. Code §  131.32 (relating to petitions except petitions for joinder and challenge proceedings); 34 Pa. Code §  131.55 (relating to attorney fees and costs); 34 Pa. Code §  131.121 (relating to penalty proceedings initiated by a party); 52 Pa. Code §  5.11 (relating to applications generally); 52 Pa. Code §  1003.51 (relating to applications generally); 52 Pa. Code §  1003.53 (relating to applications requiring notice); 55 Pa. Code §  41.31 (relating to request for hearing); 55 Pa. Code §  41.32 (relating to timeliness and perfection of requests for hearing); 55 Pa. Code §  41.33 (relating to appeals nunc pro tunc); 58 Pa. Code §  493a.1 (relating to generally); and 61 Pa. Code §  703.5 (relating to other submissions).

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