Yes. Pursuant to section 5.7.31 of the MSA, an Access Provider reasonably believes that the capacity in any network services or network facilities required by:
(a) the Access Seeker pursuant to the relevant Forecast;
(b) other Access Seekers, pursuant to their relevant Forecasts; and
(c) the Access Provider, for its own purposes
would, in aggregate, exceed the capacity which the Access Provider will be in a position to be able to provide, the Access Provider must:
i. notify the Access Seeker and other persons to whom relevant capacity is supplied; and
ii. allocate the available capacity between itself, the Access Seeker and other Access Seekers in accordance with the Access
Provider’s Capacity Allocation Policy.