§ 1005.34. Filing of petitions to intervene.
(a) Petitions to intervene and notices of intervention may be filed with the Clerk at any time following the filing of an application, petition, complaint or other document seeking Authority action, but in no event later than the date fixed for the filing of petitions to intervene or protests in any order or notice with respect to the proceedings published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin, unless, in extraordinary circumstances for good cause shown, the Authority or the presiding officer authorizes a late filing. When a person has been permitted to intervene notwithstanding his failure to file his petition within the time prescribed in this section, the Authority or presiding officer may, when the circumstances warrant, permit the waiver under § 1005.149 (relating to copies and form of documentary evidence) with respect to copies of exhibits for the intervener.
(b) Subsection (a) supersedes 1 Pa. Code § 35.30 (relating to filing of petitions to intervene).
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