Okla. Admin. Code § 165:57-12-3 - Cessation of business in Oklahoma

Current through Vol. 39, No. 14, April 01, 2022

(a) At least thirty (30) days before the effective date of the cessation of the provisioning of operator service(s) in the State of Oklahoma, an OSP shall file an original and eight (8) copies of an application for withdrawal of its Certificate of Convenience and Necessity and cancellation of its tariffs and provide Notice of such filing to the Attorney General of the State of Oklahoma.
(b) An application for withdrawal shall include as attachments the following information, which must be certified as true and correct by an officer of any corporate applicant, or an authorized representative of an unincorporated applicant:
(1) The contact person who will be responsible for concluding all outstanding business with the Commission and customers;
(2) The date of withdrawal;
(c) Notice of discontinuance shall be sent by regular mail to all of the OSP's customers. The notice shall be in a form approved by the Director of the Public Utility Division, and shall give the exact date that service will cease and contain information as to the procedure for any refunds due customers.
(d) Unless provided otherwise in this Chapter, no withdrawal and/or cancellation of an existing Certificate of Convenience and Necessity and tariff shall be granted except by Order of the Commission, after such notice and hearing, if any, as directed by the Commission.
(e) The Commission Staff may file a motion to cancel an existing Certificate of Convenience and Necessity and tariff, at the company's request and at the option of the Commission Staff. The request may be in the form of a letter to the Director of the Public Utility Division. The letter will conform with subsections (b) and (c) of this Section.


Okla. Admin. Code § 165:57-12-3
Added at 15 Ok Reg 3092, eff 7-15-98; Amended at 16 Ok Reg 2312, eff 7-1-99

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