(6) Licensee's aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews; and
(7) Licensee's in-laws.
(b) Only the following persons may be permitted to operate under the authority of a GMRS system licensed to a non-individual:
(1) If the GMRS system licensee is:
These persons may be station operators:
(i) A partnership
Licensee's partners and employees.
(ii) A corporation
Licensee's officers, directors, members and employees.
(iii) An association
Licensee's members and employees.
(iv) A governmental unit
(2) These persons may only communicate messages about the licensee's business activities. Employees of the licensee may communicate messages while acting within the scope of their employment, and only about the licensee's business activities.
(c) The licensee may permit a telephone answering service employee to be a station operator if:
(1) That employee only communicates messages received for the licensee to the licensee;
(2) The station equipment at the telephone answering point is not shared in any other GMRS system; and
(3) The station at the telephone answering service point is not interconnected to the public switched telephone network.
(d) The station operator of a GMRS system licensed to an individual may be a station operator in any other GMRS system if he/she has permission from the licensee of the other GMRS system.
(e) The provisions of § 95.33 regarding cooperative use do not apply to or govern the authority of a GMRS licensee to designate station operators in accordance with the provisions of this section.
[48 FR 35237, Aug. 3, 1983, as amended at 53 FR 47717, Nov. 25, 1988; 53 FR 51625, Dec. 22, 1988; 63 FR 68976, Dec. 14, 1998]
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