FCC 101.529 Revised as of October 1, 2014
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§ 101.529 Renewal expectancy criteria for 24 GHz licenses.
(a) A renewal applicant involved in a renewal proceeding shall receive
a preference, commonly referred to as a renewal expectancy, that is the
most important factor to be considered in the proceeding as long as the
applicant's past record for the relevant license period demonstrates
(1) The renewal applicant has provided "substantial service" pursuant
to § 101.527; and
(2) The renewal applicant has substantially complied with applicable
FCC rules, policies, and the Communications Act of 1934, as amended.
(b) In order to establish its right to a renewal expectancy, a licensee
in the 24 GHz service involved in a renewal proceeding must submit a
showing explaining why it should receive a renewal expectancy. At a
minimum, this showing must include:
(1) A description of how the licensee has complied with the
"substantial service" requirement; and
(2) Copies of all FCC orders finding the licensee to have violated the
Communications Act or any FCC rule or policy; and a list of any pending
proceedings that relate to any matter described in this paragraph
(c) In making its showing of entitlement to a renewal expectancy, a
renewal applicant may claim credit for any system modification
applications that were pending on the date it filed its renewal
application. Such credit will not be allowed if the modification
application is dismissed or denied.
[ 65 FR 59361 , Oct. 5, 2000]
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