§ 1005.32. Eligibility to intervene.
(a) Persons. A petition to intervene may be filed by a person claiming a right to intervene or an interest of a nature that intervention is necessary or appropriate to the administration of the statute under which the proceeding is brought. The right or interest may be one of the following:
(1) A right conferred by statute of the United States or of the Commonwealth.
(2) An interest which may be directly affected and which is not adequately represented by existing participants, and as to which the petitioner may be bound by the action of the Authority in the proceeding.
(3) Another interest of a nature so that participation of the petitioner may be in the public interest.
(b) Commonwealth. The Commonwealth or an officer or agency thereof may intervene as of right in a proceeding subject to subsection (a).
(c) Supersession. Subsections (a) and (b) supersede 1 Pa. Code § 35.28 (relating to eligibility to intervene).
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