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Old 03-30-2014, 2:34 PM
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Originally Posted by bberns22 View Post
Yes you are correct
I was wrong and upon further investigation ...
4. Modify Grantee Code Information

Click Modify Grantee Information under Filing Options at https://apps.fcc.gov/eas/ModifyGrantee.do. This procedure requires the Grantee Code and the Grantee Code Registration Number (GC#). (Reference Item 2)

Three options will be presented:

a. Change Address or Contact Only - The results are immediate for the Change Address or Contact Only option.

b. Change Name, Including Address and/or Contact - The Change Name, Including Address and/or Contact option requires 1) a brief statement explaining the reason for the name change request and 2) a letter containing a more detailed explanation of the reason for the name change; for example, merger; buy-out; etc. Changes requested under this option require review by FCC Laboratory staff and may take up to four business days.

C. Transfer of Control - A Transfer of Control occurs pursuant to Section 2.929(d) of the FCC Rules, which states there must be a merger or sale of company assets in order to transfer the grants of equipment authorization. As defined in Section 2.909 of the FCC Rules, the party responsible for compliance of a particular device is the company (Grantee) to whom the grant of equipment authorization was issued. Section 2.926(c) of the FCC rules requires the assignment of a Grantee Code to that company (Grantee). In the case of a Transfer of Control 1) a brief statement describing the particulars of the transfer must be provided in the text box and 2) a letter containing a detailed explanation of the Transfer of Control including a statement that all (or only some) of the equipment currently authorized to the original Grantee is affected; and a statement that the new Grantee assumes responsibility for the continued compliance of equipment marketed under the original Grantee Code. Changes requested under this option require review by FCC Laboratory staff and may take up to four business days. Questions regarding special circumstances related to Transfer of Control should be directed to www.fcc.gov/labhelp and submitted through the submit inquiry link.


so might only take production time on products that have been authorized
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