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Section 4921.07 | Suspension; revocation.


(A) The public utilities commission shall adopt rules regarding procedures and timelines by which a certificate of public convenience and necessity issued under section 4921.03 of the Revised Code may be suspended. At a minimum, the rules shall require suspension of a certificate if the for-hire motor carrier does any of the following:

(1) Fails to file a complete and accurate application for the certificate under section 4921.03 of the Revised Code;

(2) Fails to maintain accurate and current business and insurance information with the commission;

(3) Fails to maintain proper proof of insurance or proper levels of insurance under section 4921.09 of the Revised Code;

(4) Fails to pay all applicable registration fees in accordance with rules adopted under section 4921.11 of the Revised Code, all applicable taxes under section 4921.19 of the Revised Code, and any forfeitures imposed under section 4923.99 of the Revised Code;

(5) Requests to suspend the carrier's operations.

(B)(1) The commission shall adopt rules regarding procedures and timelines by which a certificate suspended under division (A) of this section may be revoked if the conditions giving rise to the suspension are not remedied.

(2) The commission shall provide the carrier with written notice indicating the nature of the deficiency, a proposed effective date of the revocation, and the means by which the deficiency may be remedied. The carrier may correct the identified deficiency or submit evidence refuting the proposed revocation within sixty days from the date of the notice. The commission may extend the sixty-day period for good cause shown. The commission may revoke the certificate after the remedy period if the carrier has not provided sufficient evidence to remedy the deficiency.

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