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52 Pa. Code § 63.222. Expedited process for resolution of migration disputes between service providers.

§ 63.222. Expedited process for resolution of migration disputes between service providers.

 (a)  The Commission will provide a nonadversarial, expedited dispute process to address migration disputes between service providers. The Commission will designate Commission staff as contact persons through which LSPs and NSPs may request expedited resolution for alleged problems between service providers or compliance with this title.

 (b)  An LSP or NSP that has a dispute under this subchapter with another LSP which cannot be resolved between the entities may refer the dispute to the expedited dispute process for a suggested resolution in a nonadversarial context.

 (c)  The Commission designee will review the dispute within 2 working days of the date the dispute was received, attempt to contact the involved entities and suggest a nonbinding resolution of the dispute, consistent with §  1.96 (relating to unofficial statements and opinions by Commission personnel).

 (d)  If the expedited dispute process fails to resolve the dispute, the parties may resort to the Commission’s mediation process under § §  69.391—69.397 (relating to mediation process) or formal dispute resolution processes.

 (e)  The expedited dispute process is neither mandatory nor a prerequisite to the Commission’s mediation or formal dispute resolution processes.

Cross References

   This section cited in 52 Pa. Code §  63.201 (relating to general migration standards).

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