Arizona Revised Statutes § 49-483 Permit Transfers; Notice; Appeal

49-483. Permit transfers; notice; appeal

A. A permit shall not be transferable, whether by operation of law or otherwise, either from one location to another, or from one piece of equipment to another.

B. The provisions of subsection A shall not apply to mobile or portable machinery or equipment which is transferred from one location to another after notification to the control officer of the transfer.

C. A permit may be transferred, whether by operation of law or otherwise, from one person to another, provided that prior to the transfer, the person holding the permit notifies the control officer in writing of the name, address, telephone number and statutory agent of the person to whom the permit will be transferred, the effective date of the proposed transfer and other information the board of supervisors may determine to be necessary by rule. The control officer shall prescribe procedures for such notification.

D. If the control officer determines that the transferee is not capable of operating the source in compliance with the requirements of this article, rules adopted under this article and the conditions established in the permit, the transfer shall be denied. In order for the denial to be effective, notice of the control officer's denial, including the reasons for the denial, shall be issued within ten working days of the control officer's receipt of the notice of the proposed transfer.

E. Denial of a permit transfer is appealable by the transferor and the transferee to the air pollution hearing board in the same manner as prescribed for denial of a permit in section 49-482.

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