Consumer Information - Letter of Protest
A Letter of Protest is recognized by the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Commission. Under S.C. Code Ann. Regs. 103-827(A), a Letter of Protest is a writing filed with the Commission that “is intended to advise the Commission and all parties to a proceeding before the Commission of the fact and character of the protestant’s objection to part or all of the subject matter of the proceeding.”
If you wish to file a letter of protest with the Commission, click on the Letter of Protest Form below.
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