2019 Missouri Revised Statutes
Title XXV - Incorporation and Regulation of Certain Utilities and Carriers
Chapter 392 - Telephone and Telegraph Companies
Section 392.470 Conditions, commission may impose, when — compensation to other companies, when, commission may order.

Universal Citation: MO Rev Stat § 392.470 (2019)

Effective 28 Aug 1987

392.470. Conditions, commission may impose, when — compensation to other companies, when, commission may order. — 1. The commission may impose any condition or conditions that it deems reasonable and necessary upon any company providing telecommunications service if such conditions are in the public interest and consistent with the provisions and purposes of this chapter, including, but not limited to, determining that any such company should provide just and reasonable compensation to one or more other certificated telecommunications companies operating in areas in which the compensating company is providing intrastate telecommunications service without commission authorization. The foregoing authority to determine compensation may be exercised by the commission for any telecommunications service that the compensating company is not authorized to provide, whether or not the provision of the telecommunications service is intentional, unintentional or incidental to any telecommunications service that the compensating company is authorized to provide. The commission may review any certificate of public convenience and necessity issued prior to September 28, 1987, and modify such certificate to impose any reasonable and necessary conditions authorized by this section.

2. An order of the commission issued under subsection 1 of this section which determines that compensation should be provided shall be enforced and subject to continuing enforcement by the circuit courts of this state, unless stayed pending review pursuant to section 386.520. The venue of such an action shall lie in any county in which the subject telecommunications company is providing unauthorized telecommunications service.

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(L. 1987 H.B. 360)

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