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52 Pa. Code § 1005.35. Notice, service and action on petitions to intervene.

§ 1005.35. Notice, service and action on petitions to intervene.

 (a)  Notice and service. Petitions to intervene, when filed with the Clerk, must show service thereof upon all parties to the proceeding in conformity with §  1001.52 (relating to service by a party).

 (b)  Action on petitions. As soon as practicable after the expiration of the time for filing answers to petitions as provided in §  1005.45 (relating to answers to petitions to intervene), the Authority or presiding officer will grant or deny the petition in whole or in part or may, if found to be appropriate, authorize limited participation.

 (c)  Rights upon grant of petition. Admission as an intervenor will not be construed as recognition by the Authority that the intervenor has a direct interest in the proceeding or might be aggrieved by an order of the Authority in the proceeding. Intervenors are granted no rights which survive discontinuance of a case.

 (d)  Actions on petitions filed after a hearing has commenced. Petitions to intervene may not be filed or acted upon during a hearing unless permitted by the Authority or presiding officer after opportunity for all parties to object thereto. Only to avoid detriment to the public interest will any presiding officer tentatively permit participation in a hearing in advance of, and then only subject to, the granting by the Authority of a petition to intervene.

 (e)  Supersession. Subsections (a)—(d) supersede 1 Pa. Code §  35.31 (relating to notice and action on petitions to intervene).



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