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20.07.01.00.htm 20.07.01.00. Title 20 PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Subtitle 07 PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE Chapter 01 General Authority: Public Utilities Article, §2-112, 2-113, 2-121, 3-101, 3-104, and 3-113, Annotated Code of Maryland
20.07.01.01.htm 20.07.01.01. 01 Principal Office.. The principal office of the Commission shall be at the William Donald Schaefer Tower, 6 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202.
20.07.01.01-1.htm 20.07.01.01-1. 01-1 Waivers of Regulations.. A regulation in this subtitle may be waived by the Commission for good cause shown..
20.07.01.02.htm 20.07.01.02. 02 Sessions of the Commission.. A. Stated sessions of the Commission shall be held at its office on Wednesday of each week, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. At stated sessions, the Commission will transact routine business and will sit for the consideration of all matters which may properly be brought before it.B. Special sessions of the Commission for all authorized purposes may be held at such times and places as the Commission may direct.
20.07.01.03.htm 20.07.01.03. 03 Quorum and Conduct of Proceedings.. A. Quorum of Commission. A majority of the Commission shall constitute a quorum for the purpose of administering generally the provisions of the Public Utilities Article, Annotated Code of Maryland.B. Formation of Panels.. 1) Subject to the reserved right of the Commission to determine which proceedings shall be conducted en banc, the Chairman shall determine the composition of panels, assign cases to them, designate the presiding officer, and
20.07.01.04.htm 20.07.01.04. 04 Representation by Counsel.. A. All parties, except individuals appearing in their own behalf, shall be represented by attorneys-at-law, who are duly admitted and enrolled to practice before the Court of Appeals of this State when the Commission is performing a quasi-judicial function as distinguished from a legislative, executive, or a ministerial function.B. A nonresident attorney may not be allowed to enter his appearance in a case before the Commission except upon motion, whic
20.07.01.05.htm 20.07.01.05. 05 Reports of Accidents.. Reports of all accidents required to be filed with the Commission shall be made in writing within 30 days after its happening, or as prescribed by order of the Commission duly served.
20.07.01.06.htm 20.07.01.06. 06 Practice on Receiving Petitions.. A. On receiving a petition, application, or complaint in writing, the Commission will refer it to the Secretary for examination. If it is found to conform to these regulations and all statutory provisions, the Secretary shall report that fact to the Commission. If it does not so conform, he shall advise the applicant of the defects, which may then be corrected.B. When the papers and any accompanying exhibits are in proper form, a time
20.07.01.07.htm 20.07.01.07. 07 Size of Papers Filed.. All petitions, complaints, applications, answers, briefs, and other papers filed with the Commission, shall be printed or typewritten, whenever practicable, upon sheets not more than 11 inches long and 8-1/2 inches wide.
20.07.01.08.htm 20.07.01.08. 08 Applications for Extension of Time for Filing Reports.. A. An application by a corporation, firm, or person for an extension of the time within which a report is or may be required to be filed with the Commission, shall be in writing, filed before the expiration of the period, the extension of which is deemed necessary, and shall state in detail:1) What, if any, effort has been made by the applicant to prepare the report;.
20.07.01.9999.htm 20.07.01.9999. Administrative History Effective date: August 15, 1910. Regulations .01―08 revised effective May 8, 1911, May 3, 1912, and October 19, 1914. Regulation .01-1 adopted effective September 21, 1986 (13:19 Md. R. 2121). Regulation .09 adopted effective August 4, 1972 (Order No. 59884). Regulation .09 repealed effective July 31, 1995 (22:15 Md. R. 1120).
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