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ARTICLE 5
Provisions Relating to Telegraph and Telephone Lines and to Telephone and Telegraph Corporations
Public Service (PBS) CHAPTER 48
ARTICLE 5

PROVISIONS RELATING TO TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE LINES AND

TO TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CORPORATIONS
Section 90. Application of article.

91. Adequate service; just and reasonable charges; unjust

discrimination; unreasonable preference; protection of

privacy.

91-a. Customer of record for telephonic blocking and

restrictions on the removal of telephonic blocks to

certain area codes.

92. Rate schedules.

92-a. Special telephone equipment for deaf and hard of hearing

persons.

92-b. Telephone deposits and payment plans for the elderly.

92-c. Customer service requirements for alternate operator

service providers and COCOT service providers.

92-d. Telephone solicitations.

92-e. Telephone service; changes in providers.

92-f. Prepaid telephone calling card consumer protections.

92-g. De-tariffing of non-basic retail services.

92-h. Participation in the targeted accessibility fund.

92-i. Cramming prohibited.

93. Liability for loss or damage caused by violation of this

chapter.

94. General powers and duties of commission in respect to

telegraph corporations and telephone corporations.

95. Reports of telegraph corporations and telephone

corporations.

95-a. Statements of nature and extent of interests to be filed

upon request.

96. Investigations by commission.

97. Rates, rentals and service.

98. Power of commission to order repairs or changes.

99. Franchises and privileges.

100. Transfer and ownership of stock.

101. Authority to issue stock, bonds and other forms of

indebtedness.

101-a. Reorganization.

102. IntraLATA presubscribed interexchange carrier-change

charge study.

103. Commercial landlord-tenant relationship.