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52 Pa. Code § 54.42. License suspension; license revocation.

§ 54.42. License suspension; license revocation.

 (a)  A licensee shall comply with the applicable requirements of the code and Commission regulations and orders. Consistent with due process, a license may be suspended or revoked, and fines may be imposed against the licensee for:

   (1)  The failure to pay the yearly assessment.

   (2)  The failure to furnish and maintain a bond or other security approved by the Commission in the amount directed by the Commission.

   (3)  The nonpayment of taxes under Article II of the Tax Reform Code of 1971 (72 P. S. § §  7201—7281.2) and Article XI of the Tax Reform Code of 1971 (72 P. S. § §  8101—8104) and any taxes imposed by Chapter 28 of the code (relating to Electricity Generation Customer Choice and Competition Act). See sections 2806(g)(3) and 2809(c)(1) of the code (relating to implementation, pilot program and performance based rates; and requirements for electric generation suppliers).

   (4)  The failure to waive confidentiality with respect to tax information in the possession of the Department. See section 2810(c)(6)(iv) of the code (relating to revenue-neutral reconciliation).

   (5)  The failure to provide the address of its principal office in this Commonwealth or of its registered agent.

   (6)  The failure to follow the principles in §  54.43 (relating to standards of conduct and disclosure for licensees).

   (7)  A violation of applicable provisions of the code, this title and lawful Commission orders. See section 2809(b) of the code.

   (8)  A violation of Pennsylvania consumer protection law.

   (9)  The transfer of a customer without the customer’s consent. See section 2807(d)(1) of the code (relating to duties of electric distribution companies).

Cross References

   This section cited in 52 Pa. Code §  54.123 (relating to transfer of customers to default service).

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