§ 13.52. Filing by Bureau.

 (a)  Section 722(a) of 45 Pa.C.S. (relating to deposit of documents required) provides that if the Bureau finds that a document deposited with it under the act has been approved as to legality, if approval is required, and is in the form and format required by this part, it shall file the document, assign thereto and indicate thereon a distinctive serial number, and indicate thereon the date and time of filing. Upon filing, one copy shall be immediately available for public inspection and copying under §  13.55 (relating to filing for public inspection). The copy shall be retained by the Bureau for 1 year after the publication thereof, whereupon it shall be forwarded to the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission for preservation in the Commonwealth archives. If the Bureau determines that the document will be published the Bureau shall transmit the other copy immediately after filing to the Department of General Services, or to a printer designated by it, for publication as provided in the act.

 (b)  Documents deposited with the Bureau will be held without filing during preliminary examination and processing and will be filed in accordance with § §  13.53—13.56, 13.74, 13.81, 13.82, and 13.91—13.93 (relating to publication schedules, receipt and processing, filing for public inspection, correction of errors, effectiveness prior to publication, regular schedule, and special schedule).

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