§ 35.17. Petitions generally.
Petitions for relief under a statute or other authority delegated to an agency shall be in writing, shall state clearly and concisely the grounds of interest of the petitioner in the subject matter, the facts relied upon and the relief sought, and shall cite by appropriate reference the statutory provision or other authority relied upon for relief.
This section cited in 12 Pa. Code § 11.8 (relating to petitions for declaratory order); 22 Pa. Code § 233.114 (relating to confidentiality and unauthorized release of information); 22 Pa. Code § 233.120 (relating to expedited hearing procedures); 28 Pa. Code § 301.7 (relating to fair hearing); 34 Pa. Code § 111.11 (relating to content and form); 34 Pa. Code § 111.21 (relating to form and content); 34 Pa. Code § 111.32 (relating to form/content); 34 Pa. Code § 111.33 (relating to specific petitions/requirements); 34 Pa. Code § 131.31 (relating to form of pleadings); 34 Pa. Code § 131.32 (relating to petitions except petitions for joinder and challenge proceedings); 34 Pa. Code § 131.121 (relating to penalty proceedings initiated by a party); 34 Pa. Code § 321.5 (relating to hearings); 37 Pa. Code § 171.44 (relating to supporting legal authority); 37 Pa. Code § 197.11a (relating to motions and petitions); 40 Pa. Code § 15.41 (relating to pleadings and other preliminary matters); 52 Pa. Code § 5.41 (relating to petitions generally); 52 Pa. Code § 1005.21 (relating to petitions generally); 55 Pa. Code § 41.3 (relating to definitions); 55 Pa. Code § 41.44 (relating to transfer of petition for relief); 58 Pa. Code § 493a.4 (relating to petitions generally); and 61 Pa. Code § 703.1 (relating to petitions generally).
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