§ 1005.33. Form and content of petitions to intervene.
(a) Petitions to intervene must set out clearly and concisely the following:
(1) The facts from which the alleged intervention right or interest of the petitioner can be determined.
(2) The grounds of the proposed intervention.
(3) The petitioners position regarding the issues in the proceeding.
(b) When the circumstances warrant, petitions to intervene filed on behalf of more than one person may be required to list those persons and entities comprising the represented group.
(c) Subsections (a) and (b) supersede 1 Pa. Code § 35.29 (relating to form and contents of petitions to intervene).
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