47 CFR 22.107 - General application requirements.

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§ 22.107 General application requirements.
In general, applications for authorizations, assignments of authorizations, or consent to transfer of control of licensees in the Public Mobile Services must:
(a) Demonstrate the applicant's qualifications to hold an authorization in the Public Mobile services;
(b) State how a grant would serve the public interest, convenience, and necessity;
(c) Contain all information required by FCC rules or application forms;
(d) Propose operation of a facility in compliance with all rules governing the Public Mobile service;
(e) Be amended as necessary to remain substantially accurate and complete in all significant respects, in accordance with the provisions of § 1.65 of this chapter; and,
(f) Be signed in accordance with § 1.743 of this chapter.
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§ 22.107 General application requirements.

In general, applications for authorizations, assignments of authorizations, or consent to transfer of control of licensees in the Public Mobile Services must:

(a) Demonstrate the applicant's qualifications to hold an authorization in the Public Mobile services;

(b) State how a grant would serve the public interest, convenience, and necessity;

(c) Contain all information required by FCC rules or application forms;

(d) Propose operation of a facility in compliance with all rules governing the Public Mobile service;

(e) Be amended as necessary to remain substantially accurate and complete in all significant respects, in accordance with the provisions of § 1.65 of this chapter; and,

(f) Be signed in accordance with § 1.743 of this chapter.

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