FCC 76.916 Revised as of October 1, 2014
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§ 76.916 Petition for recertification.
(a) After its request for certification has been denied or its existing
certification has been revoked, a franchising authority wishing to
assume jurisdiction to regulate basic service and associated equipment
rates must file a "Petition for Recertification" accompanied by a copy
of the earlier decision denying or revoking certification.
(b) The petition must:
(1) Meet the requirements set forth in 47 U.S.C. 543(a)(3);
(2) State that the cable system is not subject to effective
(3) Contain a clear showing, supported by either objectively verifiable
data such as a state statute, or by affidavit, that the reasons for the
earlier denial or revocation no longer pertain.
(c) The petition must be served on the cable operator and on any
interested party that participated in the proceeding denying or
revoking the original certification.
(d) Oppositions may be filed within 15 days after the petition is
filed, and must be served on the petitioner. Replies may be filed
within seven days of filing of oppositions, and must be served on the
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