Nebraska Administrative Code
Topic - PUBLIC ADVOCACY, COMMISSION ON
Title 70 - NEBRASKA COMMISSION ON PUBLIC ADVOCACY
Chapter 13 - REQUEST FOR DECLARATORY ORDER BY THE COMMISSION
Section 70-13-006 - Intervention in Declaratory Order Proceeding

Current through October 16, 2022

006.01 Intervention by any person or entity in a declaratory order proceeding shall be allowed when the following requirements are met:

006.01A A petition for intervention must be submitted in writing to the agency Copies must be mailed to all parties to the proceeding.

006.01B The contents of the petition must be as specified in 006.02.

006.01C The agency must determine that the interests of justice and the orderly and prompt conduct of the proceedings will not be impaired by allowing the intervention.

006.02 Contents of Petition

The petition for intervention shall be submitted to the agency, in writing, on 8-1 /2" x 11" white paper, and shall include each of the following:

006.02A The statute, regulation, rule, or order that may apply to or effect the person, property, entity, or facts at issue in the matter;

006.02B A statement of facts sufficient to show the intervener's interest;

006.02C A statement of facts which demonstrate that the intervener's legal rights, duties, privileges, immunities, or other legal interests may be substantially affected by the proceeding or that the intervenor may intervene pursuant to a provision of law;

006.02D All propositions of law or contentions asserted by the intervenor; and

006.02E A statement of the specific relief requested by the intervenor.

006.03 The agency may, at its discretion, invite any person or entity to file a petition for intervention.

006.04 The agency shall grant a petition for intervention if the requirements of section 006.01 and 006.02 are satisfied.

006.05 The agency shall deny a petition for intervention upon determining that the interests of justice or the orderly and prompt conduct of the proceedings would be impaired by allowing the intervention.

006.06 The agency's decision to grant or deny a petition for intervention shall be in writing and served upon all parties.

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