47 CFR 22.225 - Certifications, disclosures, records maintenance, and definitions.

§ 22.225 Certifications, disclosures, records maintenance, and definitions.
(a) Records maintenance. All winning bidders qualifying as small businesses shall maintain at their principal place of business an updated file of ownership, revenue, and asset information, including any documents necessary to establish small businesses under § 22.223. Licensees (and their successors-in-interest) shall maintain such files for the term of the license. Applicants that do not obtain the license(s) for which they applied shall maintain such files until the grant of such license(s) is final, or one year from the date of the filing of their short-form application (FCC Form 175), whichever is earlier.
(b) Definition. The term small business used in this section is defined in § 22.223.
[67 FR 45367, July 9, 2002, as amended at 68 FR 42998, July 21, 2003]
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§ 22.225 Certifications, disclosures, records maintenance, and definitions.

(a) Records maintenance. All winning bidders qualifying as small businesses shall maintain at their principal place of business an updated file of ownership, revenue, and asset information, including any documents necessary to establish small businesses under § 22.223. Licensees (and their successors-in-interest) shall maintain such files for the term of the license. Applicants that do not obtain the license(s) for which they applied shall maintain such files until the grant of such license(s) is final, or one year from the date of the filing of their short-form application (FCC Form 175), whichever is earlier.

(b) Definition. The term small business used in this section is defined in § 22.223.

[67 FR 45367, July 9, 2002, as amended at 68 FR 42998, July 21, 2003]

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