FCC 54.720 Revised as of December 4, 2012
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§ 54.720 Filing deadlines.
(a) An affected party requesting review of an Administrator decision by
the Commission pursuant to § 54.719(c), shall file such a request
within sixty (60) days of the issuance of the decision by a division or
Committee of the Board of the Administrator.
(b) An affected party requesting review of a division decision by a
Committee of the Board pursuant to § 54.719(a), shall file such request
within sixty (60) days of issuance of the decision by the division.
(c) An affected party requesting review by the Board of Directors
pursuant to § 54.719(b) regarding a billing, collection, or
disbursement matter that falls outside the jurisdiction of the
Committees of the Board shall file such request within sixty (60) days
of issuance of the Administrator's decision.
(d) The filing of a request for review with a Committee of the Board
under § 54.719(a) or with the full Board under § 54.719(b), shall toll
the time period for seeking review from the Federal Communications
Commission. Where the time for filing an appeal has been tolled, the
party that filed the request for review from a Committee of the Board
or the full Board shall have sixty (60) days from the date the
Committee or the Board issues a decision to file an appeal with the
(e) In all cases of requests for review filed under § 54.719, the
request for review shall be deemed filed on the postmark date. If the
postmark date cannot be determined, the applicant must file a sworn
affidavit stating the date that the request for review was mailed.
(f) Parties shall adhere to the time periods for filing oppositions and
replies set forth in 47 CFR 1.45.
[ 63 FR 70577 , Dec. 21, 1998, as amended at 68 FR 36943 , June 20, 2003]
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