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Revised as of September 1, 2021
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§ 1.1707 Acceptance of filings.
Regardless of filing method, all submissions with an insufficient fee,
grossly deficient or inaccurate information, or those without a valid
signature will be dismissed immediately. For any submission that is
found subsequently to have minimally deficient or inaccurate
information, we will notify the filer of the defect. We will allow 15
days from the date of this notification for correction or amendment of
the submission if the amendment is minor. If the applicant files a
timely corrected application, it will ordinarily be processed as a
minor amendment in accordance with the Commission's rules. Thus it will
have no effect on the initial filing date of the application or the
applicant's filing priority. If, however, the amendment made by the
applicant is not a simple correction, but constitutes a major amendment
to the application, it will be governed by the rules and procedures
applicable to major amendments, that is, it will be treated as a new
application with a new filing date and new fees must be paid by the
applicant. Finally, if the applicant fails to submit an amended
application within the period specified in the notification, the
application will be subject to dismissal for failure to prosecute.
Subpart N—Enforcement of Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability In
Programs or Activities Conducted By the Federal Communications Commission
Source: 68 FR 22316 , Apr. 28, 2003, unless otherwise noted.
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