38.5.7016 GAS SUPPLIER -- LICENSE REVOCATION
(1) The commission may revoke the license of a gas supplier if the gas supplier:
(a) violates any federal or state law which has as its purpose, directly or indirectly, fair competition among suppliers;
(b) violates any federal or state law which has as its purpose, directly or indirectly, protection of consumers;
(c) violates any rule of the commission;
(d) provides false information or materially incomplete information to the commission in regard to licensing or reporting;
(e) fails to file an annual report;
(f) otherwise fails to abide by the laws of the United States and the state of Montana which pertain to business, business structure, antitrust, trade, contracts, truth in labeling, consumer protection, privacy, and like laws which are applicable, generally or specifically, to the provision of gas supply;
(g) fails to supply gas in accordance with its agreements with customers and representations to the commission; or
(h) engages in anticompetitive or abusive practices.
History: Secs. 69-3-103, 69-3-1405, MCA; IMP, Sec. 69-3-1405, MCA; NEW, 1998 MAR p. 1506, Eff. 6/12/98.