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55 Pa. Code § 41.42. Request for declaratory relief.

§ 41.42. Request for declaratory relief.

 (a)  A provider may include a request for declaratory relief in a petition for relief only if the relief sought by the provider would not modify or alter an agency action involving the provider.

 (b)  If the requested relief would modify an agency action involving the provider, the provider may only seek the relief in the context of a request for hearing filed in accordance with §  41.31 (relating to request for hearing).

 (c)  To the extent that a request for declaratory relief sought by a provider in a petition for relief has been or could have been included in a request for hearing, the Bureau will dismiss the petition for relief.

 (d)  Subsections (a)—(c) supersede 1 Pa. Code §  35.19 (relating to petitions for declaratory orders) to the extent that an appealable agency action is involved.

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