§ 63.214. Duties of the prospective NLSP when the OLSP is unable to resolve the interfering station condition at the applicants service location.
(a) The prospective NLSP shall contact the applicant and explain that the preexisting customer will not agree to the termination of service and that the prospective NLSP is not able to use the existing facilities.
(b) The prospective NLSP shall inform the applicant of the following options to obtain local service:
(1) The applicant may pursue any disputes between co-tenants, owners and occupants before an appropriate forum for the remedy. The prospective NLSP shall inform the applicant that neither the prospective NLSP, the OLSP nor the Commission is responsible for or available to resolve private disputes between customers and applicants.
(2) The applicant may arrange for the installation of new facilities.
(i) If inside wiring is required, the applicant shall provide proof of installation before the prospective NSLP is able to proceed with the LSR.
(ii) If new facilities (for exampleoutside wiring or a NID) are required, the applicant shall pay for the installation of the new facilities pursuant to tariff rates and the installation may take longer than 5 days.
This section cited in 52 Pa. Code § 63.201 (relating to general migration standards).
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