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You can file an amended application which includes those changes, and change the schedule. This is often done and should not be a problem
Call the application "amended application"
This should make it clear what you are doing, and this gets filed and sent to the other side as before
Ok, I want to apply for some changes to the schedule and to have a couple of other issues addressed. Would an amended application be enough or would I need to apply for anything else? Such as suspending the previous order? Also what can I do in terms of speeding up the whole process?
You could put all of this in the amended application, including the suspension application, because it is all really part of the same issues.
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