Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 515-12-1-.06 - Reasons for Denying Service

Current through Rules and Regulations filed through April 4, 2022

Service may be refused or discontinued for any of the reasons listed below. Unless otherwise stated, the customer shall be notified and allowed a reasonable time in which to comply with the rule before service is discontinued:

(a) Without notice in the event of customer use of equipment in such a manner as to adversely affect the utility's service to others.
(b) Without notice in the event of tampering with the equipment furnished and owned by the utility.
(c) For violation of or noncompliance with the Commission's regulations governing service supplied by telecommunication utilities, or for violation of or noncompliance with the utility's rules or tariffs on file with the Commission.
(d) For failure to comply with municipal ordinances or other laws pertaining to telephone service.
(e) For failure of the customer to permit the utility reasonable access to its equipment.
(f) For nonpayment of bill.
(g) Failure to establish credit on request for initial or additional service.


Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 515-12-1-.06
Ga. L. 1878-79, p. 125; 1907, p. 72; 1922, pp. 143, 144; 1964, p. 338; 1965, p. 283; 1973, pp. 677-681; 1975, Sec. 2, p. 406.
Original Rule was filed on December 29, 1975; effective 1/1/1976, as specified by Ga. L. 1975, p. 411.

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