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52 Pa. Code § 1005.222. Petitions for relief.

§ 1005.222. Petitions for relief.

 (a)  Petitions for rehearing, reargument, reconsideration, clarification, rescission, amendment, supersedeas or the like must be in writing and specify, in numbered paragraphs, the findings or orders involved, and the points relied upon by petitioner, with appropriate record references and specific requests for the findings or orders desired.

 (b)  A copy of every petition covered under subsection (a) shall be served upon each party to the proceeding.

 (c)  Petitions for reconsideration, rehearing, reargument, clarification, supersedeas or others shall be filed within 10 days after the Authority order involved is entered or otherwise becomes final.

 (d)  Answers to a petition covered under subsection (a) shall be filed and served within 10 days after service of a petition.

 (e)  The filing of a petition as provided in this section will not act to toll any period of appeal related to judicial review of an Authority action. The expiration of a period of appeal without action by the Authority will be deemed a denial of the petition by the Authority.

 (f)  Subsections (a)—(e) supersede 1 Pa. Code §  35.241 (relating to application for rehearing or reconsideration).

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