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20.07.04.00.htm 20.07.04.00. Title 20 PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Subtitle 07 PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE Chapter 04 Applications Pursuant to the Public Utilities Article Authority: Public Utilities Article, §2-112, 2-115, 2-121, 3-101, 3-104, 4-101―4-207, 4-503, 5-103, 5-201―5-203, 5-205, 6-101―6-104, 7-210, and 9-103, Annotated Code of Maryland
20.07.04.01.htm 20.07.04.01. 01 Financial Condition Defined.. Whenever a corporation subject to the Public Utilities Article, Annotated Code of Maryland, is required or called upon to disclose its financial condition, whether under this subtitle or otherwise, the information shall be given, as far as practicable, in appropriate schedules, which shall show the following:A. Amount and classes of stock authorized;. B. Amount and classes of stock issued;. C. Terms of preference of all preferred stock;.
20.07.04.02.htm 20.07.04.02. 02 Applications for Authority to Issue Stocks, Bonds, Notes and Other Evidences of Indebtedness.. A. Application. Except for an application to issue rate stablization bonds under Regulation .11 of this chapter, an application made to the Commission by a pubic service company for authority under Public Utilities Article, §6-102, Annotated Code of Maryland, to issue any stock, bonds, notes, or other evidences of indebtedness shall include:1) The amount and terms o
20.07.04.03.htm 20.07.04.03. 03 Applications by Corporations for the Exercise of Franchises.. A. Exercise of Railroad Franchises. Applications by corporations subject to the provisions of Public Utilities Article, §5-201, Annotated Code of Maryland, for permission to begin the construction of a railroad, or an extension of it, or to exercise any franchise or right, as provided in §5-201, shall state:1) The route of the proposed railroad or street railroad, or extension of it, giving the names of al
20.07.04.04.htm 20.07.04.04. 04 Applications for Approval of Assignment, Transfer, or Lease of Franchises.. In all applications under the Public Utilities Article, Annotated Code of Maryland, for the approval of the assignment, transfer, or lease of a franchise, or of any right to or under a franchise, or of a corporation's works or system, or for the approval of a contract or agreement with reference to or affecting any of the same, the petition shall be made by all the parties to the proposed transact
20.07.04.05.htm 20.07.04.05. 05 Applications for Authority to Acquire Shares of Stock.. In all applications made to the Commission by corporations for authority to purchase or acquire, take or hold, any part of the capital stock of any other corporation or corporations, the petition shall show:A. In detail, the reasons why the applicant desires to make the proposed acquisition and all the facts warranting it, including the amount of stock in the same corporation or in any allied corporation
20.07.04.06.htm 20.07.04.06. 06 Applications by Municipalities for Authority to Operate Gas or Electrical Works.. All applications of municipalities, except the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, under Public Utilities Article, §7-210, Annotated Code of Maryland, for authority to build, maintain, and operate, for other than municipal purposes, any works or systems for the manufacture and supplying of gas or electricity for lighting purposes, shall:A. Give the name and location of the principal off
20.07.04.07.htm 20.07.04.07. 07 Applications for Authority to Increase Rates, Fares, and Charges.. A. A public service company earning in excess of $25,000,000 in gross annual intrastate revenue shall file with the Commission the direct testimony and exhibits of its witnesses concurrently with its application for authority to increase its rates and charges.B. All gas, electric, or telephone public service companies filing an application with the Commission for authority to increase rates and charges unde
20.07.04.08.htm 20.07.04.08. 08 Rate Making ― Revenues and Expenditures.. A. Revenues and expenditures credited or charged to Accounts 415 through and including 418 of the Uniform System of Accounts, as prescribed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, relating to merchandising, jobbing, and contract work will not be allowed for rate making purposes in rate matters.B. Charitable contributions, penalties, and lobbying expenses recorded in Account 426.1, 426.3, and 426.4, respectively, of t
20.07.04.09.htm 20.07.04.09. 09 Filing of Proposed Changes in Rates.. A. Every gas, electric, steam heat, telephone, water, or sewage disposal company when filing pursuant to Public Utilities Article, §4-203, Annotated Code of Maryland, any proposed change in rates or regulations to its current tariff (for a typical illustration of a currently effective schedule, see §D of this regulation) shall show by brackets the rates or language proposed to be eliminated and show by underscorings the p
20.07.04.10.htm 20.07.04.10. 10 Notice of Proposed Changes in Rates.. A. A public service company engaged in the transportation of passengers by motor vehicle proposing any tariff revision or change of rate shall notify its customers and patrons of the proposed tariff revision or change of rate by use of a form of notice as follows:NOTICE OF PROPOSED TARIFF CHANGE. Name of Company). has filed with the Public Service Commission of Maryland. a proposal to. Further details will be supplied upon request to the.
20.07.04.11.htm 20.07.04.11. 11 Application for a Qualified Rate Order and Authority to Issue Rate Stabilization Bonds.. A. Application. An application filed with the Commission by an electric company for a qualified rate order and authority under Public Utilities Article, §7-526, 7-533, or 7-534, Annotated Code of Maryland, to issue rate stabilization bonds shall include:1) The amount and terms of the proposed qualified rate stabilization bond issue;. 2) The components of the rate stabilization costs;.
20.07.04.12.htm 20.07.04.12. 12 Other Applications.. All applications relating to matters within the jurisdiction of the Commission, and which are not governed by any of the above regulations shall in every case be made by petition, setting forth clearly the matter complained of, and giving the name of the person, firm, or corporation complained of. Thereupon, the procedure shall be such as the Commission may prescribe.
20.07.04.13.htm 20.07.04.13. 13 Required Number of Copies.. Unless otherwise specifically required in this chapter, the applicant shall file with the Commission an original and 14 copies of the application and all required documents.
20.07.04.9999.htm 20.07.04.9999. Administrative History Effective date: August 15, 1910. Regulations .01―06 and .12 revised effective May 8, 1911, May 3, 1912, and October 19, 1914. Regulation .02 amended effective September 21, 1986 (13:19 Md. R. 2122) January 1, 2007 (33:26 Md. R. 1998)Regulation .02C amended effective March 18, 2013 (40:5 Md. R. 412). Regulation .07 adopted effective January 23, 1981 (8:2 Md. R. 118). Regulation .07C amended effective May 10, 1982 (9:9 Md. R. 911).
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