Ill. Admin. Code tit. 50, § 9015.60 - Document Privacy and Errors in Electronic Filings

Current through Register Vol. 46, No. 15, April 8, 2022

a) It is the responsibility of the filing party to insure that the documents filed electronically do not disclose private or confidential information.
b) The Commission shall not be liable for malfunction or errors occurring in electronic transmission or receipt of electronically filed or served documents.
c) If the electronic filing is not filed with the Commission for any of the causes listed in this subsection (c), the Commission may, upon satisfactory proof, enter an order permitting the document to be subsequently filed effective the date the filing was first attempted. The causes the Commission may consider in making this decision are:
1) an error in the transmission of the document to the vendor that was unknown to the sending party;
2) a failure to process the electronic filing when received by the vendor;
3) a rejection by the Commission;
4) other technical problems experienced by the filer;
5) the party was erroneously excluded from the service list.
d) In case of a filing error, absent extraordinary circumstances, anyone prejudiced by the Commission's order to accept a subsequent filing effective as of the date filing was first attempted shall be entitled to an order extending:
1) the date for any response; or
2) the period within which any right, duty or other act must be performed.

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Ill. Admin. Code tit. 50, § 9015.60
Adopted at 40 Ill. Reg. 15700, effective 11/9/2016

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