Who should use this form?
An interested person.
To provide comments on a dispute proceeding before the Agency.
When should you file this form?
Before the close of pleadings. Prior approval from the Agency is not required to file a position statement.
Refer to section 23 of the Dispute Adjudication Rules for more information.
What happens next?
The position statement will be placed on the public record unless a request for confidentiality is made in accordance with section 31 and accepted by the Agency. The Agency will consider your position statement during its decision-making process.
A person who files a position statement is not a party to the dispute proceeding. You will have no participation rights in the proceeding and you are not entitled to be copied on any further information or submissions filed in the proceeding.
You may, however, be required to respond to questions or information requests from the Agency or, upon request and with prior approval from the Agency, from a party to the dispute proceeding.