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(1) A livestock owner or livestock operator shall file a notice with an electric entity as provided in Subsection (2) if the livestock owner or livestock operator believes that the livestock owner's or livestock operator's livestock is affected by stray current or voltage that may be attributable to an electric entity and is seeking a remedy from the electric entity.
(2) To file a notice, a livestock owner or livestock operator shall provide written notice to the electric entity that documents:
(a) the address of the livestock owner or livestock operator and the location of the potential stray current or voltage; and
(b) a description of the claimed impacts of the potential stray current or voltage.
(3) Within 30 days of receipt of notice under Subsection (1), the electric entity shall provide for testing for stray current or voltage at the location that is the subject of the notice required by Subsection (2) by a qualified testing professional.
(4)(a) Within 60 days after completion of the tests required to be performed under this chapter, a qualified testing professional shall prepare a written report. The written report shall include:
(i) a summary of the tests performed; and
(ii) the data and results from the tests.
(b) The electric entity shall provide a copy of the written report to the livestock owner or livestock operator who provided notice under Subsection (2).
(5) A livestock owner or livestock operator who provides written notice under Subsection (2) shall provide reasonable access to the property where alleged stray current or voltage has occurred to allow testing to be conducted as directed under this section.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Utah Code Title 54. Public Utilities § 54-22-201. Notice--Testing--Reporting--Access to property - last updated May 05, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ut/title-54-public-utilities/ut-code-sect-54-22-201/
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