person desiring to intervene in a contested case must file a written petition
with the Board's office. The request shall bear the notation: "PETITION TO
INTERVENE IN THE CASE OF (name of case)".
The petition must include the following
(1) the name and address of
(2) the business or
occupation of petitioner, where relevant;
(3) a full identification of the hearing in
which petitioner is seeking to intervene;
(4) the statutory or non-statutory grounds
(5) any claim or
defense in respect of which intervention is sought; and
(6) a summary of the arguments or evidence
petitioner seeks to present.
(c) If the Board determines to allow
intervention, notice of that decision will be issued promptly to all parties,
and to the petitioner. In cases of discretionary intervention, such
notification will include a statement of any limitations of time, subject
matter, evidence or whatever else is deemed necessary which are imposed on the
(d) If the Board's
decision is to deny intervention, the petitioner will be notified promptly.
Such notice will be in writing, identifying the reasons for the denial, and
will be issued to the petitioner and all parties.