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  • § 365.101
    Applications governed by these rules.
  • § 365.103
    Modified procedure.
  • § 365.105
    Starting the application process: Form OP-1.
  • § 365.107
    Types of applications.
  • § 365.109
    FMCSA review of the application.
  • § 365.110
    Need to complete New Entrant Safety Assurance Program.
  • § 365.111
    Appeals to rejections of the application.
  • § 365.113
    Changing the request for authority or filing supplementary evidence after the application is filed.
  • § 365.115
    After publication in the FMCSA Register.
  • § 365.117
    Obtaining a copy of the application.
  • § 365.119
    Opposed applications.
  • § 365.121
    Filing a reply statement.
  • § 365.123
    Applicant withdrawal.
  • § 365.201
    Definitions.
  • § 365.203
    Time for filing.
  • § 365.205
    Contents of the protest.
  • § 365.207
    Withdrawal.
  • § 365.301
    Applicable rules.
  • § 365.303
    Contacting another party.
  • § 365.305
    Serving copies of pleadings.
  • § 365.307
    Replies to motions.
  • § 365.309
    FAX filings.
  • § 365.401
    Scope of rules.
  • § 365.403
    Definitions.
  • § 365.405
    Applications.
  • § 365.407
    Notice.
  • § 365.409
    FMCSA action and criteria for approval.
  • § 365.411
    Responsive pleadings.
  • § 365.413
    Procedures for changing the name or business form of a motor carrier, freight forwarder, or property broker.
  • § 365.501
    Scope of rules.
  • § 365.503
    Application.
  • § 365.505
    Re-registration and fee waiver for certain applicants.
  • § 365.507
    FMCSA action on the application.
  • § 365.509
    Requirement to notify FMCSA of change in applicant information.
  • § 365.511
    Requirement for CVSA inspection of vehicles during first three consecutive years of permanent operating authority.
  • Appendix A to Subpart E of Part 365
    Explanation of Pre-Authorization Safety Audit Evaluation Criteria for Mexico-Domiciled Motor Carriers

Part 365
RULES GOVERNING APPLICATIONS FOR OPERATING AUTHORITY

§ 365.115: After publication in the FMCSA Register.

(a) Interested persons have 10 days from the date of FMCSA Register publication to file protests. See Subpart B of this part.
(b) If no one opposes the application, the grant published in the FMCSA Register will become effective by issuance of a certificate, permit, or license.


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