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§ 15-1709. Preliminary permits.    1.  The  department  may  issue preliminary permits for the purpose of  enabling applicants for a license hereunder to secure the  data  and  to  perform  the  acts  required by section 15-1707, provided, however, that  upon the filing of any application  for  a  preliminary  permit  by  any  person  or  public  corporation,  the  department  before  granting such  application shall at once give notice of such application in writing  to  any  municipality  which, in its judgment, is likely to be interested in  or affected by such application. Each such permit shall be for the  sole  purpose  of  maintaining priority of application for a license under the  terms of title 17 of this  article  for  such  period  or  periods,  not  exceeding a total of three years, as in the discretion of the department  may  be  necessary  for making examinations and surveys, preparing maps,  plans, specifications and estimates, and making financial arrangements.    2. The permit shall set forth  the  conditions  under  which  priority  shall  be  maintained  and  the  license  issued,  and may prescribe any  condition of issuing the license for the protection of the interests  of  the  state.  Only  one  preliminary permit at a time shall be issued and  outstanding for the same project. The same preference shall be  accorded  by  the  department in considering applications for a preliminary permit  as  is  accorded  in  considering  applications  for  a  license.   Each  preliminary permit shall require the permittee to proceed diligently and  immediately  to  secure  the  data  and  to perform the acts required by  section 15-1707.    3. All investigation work in connection with any operations carried on  under the preliminary permit shall be subject to the inspection  of  the  department,  its  agents  and employees, and, from time to time upon the  request of the department, the permittee shall make full reports to  the  department  of the progress of the work carried on under the preliminary  permit, but such reports shall be confidential until  final  application  is  made  for  the  license,  unless the department takes proceedings to  revoke the preliminary permit.    4. Permits shall not be transferable  and  may  be  cancelled  by  the  department  upon  failure of the permittee to comply with the conditions  thereof.

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§ 15-1709. Preliminary permits.    1.  The  department  may  issue preliminary permits for the purpose of  enabling applicants for a license hereunder to secure the  data  and  to  perform  the  acts  required by section 15-1707, provided, however, that  upon the filing of any application  for  a  preliminary  permit  by  any  person  or  public  corporation,  the  department  before  granting such  application shall at once give notice of such application in writing  to  any  municipality  which, in its judgment, is likely to be interested in  or affected by such application. Each such permit shall be for the  sole  purpose  of  maintaining priority of application for a license under the  terms of title 17 of this  article  for  such  period  or  periods,  not  exceeding a total of three years, as in the discretion of the department  may  be  necessary  for making examinations and surveys, preparing maps,  plans, specifications and estimates, and making financial arrangements.    2. The permit shall set forth  the  conditions  under  which  priority  shall  be  maintained  and  the  license  issued,  and may prescribe any  condition of issuing the license for the protection of the interests  of  the  state.  Only  one  preliminary permit at a time shall be issued and  outstanding for the same project. The same preference shall be  accorded  by  the  department in considering applications for a preliminary permit  as  is  accorded  in  considering  applications  for  a  license.   Each  preliminary permit shall require the permittee to proceed diligently and  immediately  to  secure  the  data  and  to perform the acts required by  section 15-1707.    3. All investigation work in connection with any operations carried on  under the preliminary permit shall be subject to the inspection  of  the  department,  its  agents  and employees, and, from time to time upon the  request of the department, the permittee shall make full reports to  the  department  of the progress of the work carried on under the preliminary  permit, but such reports shall be confidential until  final  application  is  made  for  the  license,  unless the department takes proceedings to  revoke the preliminary permit.    4. Permits shall not be transferable  and  may  be  cancelled  by  the  department  upon  failure of the permittee to comply with the conditions  thereof.

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Statutes > New-york > Env > Article-15 > Title-17 > 15-1709

§ 15-1709. Preliminary permits.    1.  The  department  may  issue preliminary permits for the purpose of  enabling applicants for a license hereunder to secure the  data  and  to  perform  the  acts  required by section 15-1707, provided, however, that  upon the filing of any application  for  a  preliminary  permit  by  any  person  or  public  corporation,  the  department  before  granting such  application shall at once give notice of such application in writing  to  any  municipality  which, in its judgment, is likely to be interested in  or affected by such application. Each such permit shall be for the  sole  purpose  of  maintaining priority of application for a license under the  terms of title 17 of this  article  for  such  period  or  periods,  not  exceeding a total of three years, as in the discretion of the department  may  be  necessary  for making examinations and surveys, preparing maps,  plans, specifications and estimates, and making financial arrangements.    2. The permit shall set forth  the  conditions  under  which  priority  shall  be  maintained  and  the  license  issued,  and may prescribe any  condition of issuing the license for the protection of the interests  of  the  state.  Only  one  preliminary permit at a time shall be issued and  outstanding for the same project. The same preference shall be  accorded  by  the  department in considering applications for a preliminary permit  as  is  accorded  in  considering  applications  for  a  license.   Each  preliminary permit shall require the permittee to proceed diligently and  immediately  to  secure  the  data  and  to perform the acts required by  section 15-1707.    3. All investigation work in connection with any operations carried on  under the preliminary permit shall be subject to the inspection  of  the  department,  its  agents  and employees, and, from time to time upon the  request of the department, the permittee shall make full reports to  the  department  of the progress of the work carried on under the preliminary  permit, but such reports shall be confidential until  final  application  is  made  for  the  license,  unless the department takes proceedings to  revoke the preliminary permit.    4. Permits shall not be transferable  and  may  be  cancelled  by  the  department  upon  failure of the permittee to comply with the conditions  thereof.

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