Can an unincorporated association be a LPFM/NCE licensee?


The FCC has some very strict rules on unincorporated associations. 

Applicants claiming to be unincorporated associations must include a letter signed by an attorney licensed to practice law in the state involved that demonstrates that unincorporated associations are recognized as non-profits in the state.  In addition, there must be a statement showing how the organization's structure is consistent with the state law.  Unincorporated associations must also include a description of any actual activity the unincorporated organization engaged  in prior to the filing of the LPFM application. 

References:

Fondren Community Voices, Letter, BNPL20131112CDL (MB 4/9/2015)

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