Any other person who may be adversely affected by a public utilities commission proceeding may intervene in such proceeding, provided:
(A) That such other person files a motion to intervene with the commission no later than:
(1) Any specific deadline established by order of the commission for purposes of a particular proceeding; or, if no such deadline is established;
(2) Five days prior to the scheduled date of hearing. The public utilities commission may, in its discretion, grant motions to intervene which are filed after the deadlines set forth in divisions (A)(1) and (2) of this section for good cause shown.
(B) That the commission, in ruling upon applications to intervene in its proceedings, shall consider the following criteria:
(1) The nature and extent of the prospective intervenor's interest;
(2) The legal position advanced by the prospective intervenor and its probable relation to the merits of the case;
(3) Whether the intervention by the prospective intervenor will unduly prolong or delay the proceedings;
(4) Whether the prospective intervenor will significantly contribute to full development and equitable resolution of the factual issues.
Cite as R.C. § 4903.221
History. Effective Date: 01-11-1983