4405.0900 Exceptions And Proposed Findings

Published: 2015

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Subpart 1.

Exceptions to report of administrative law judge.

If an administrative law judge acting under contested case procedures in Minnesota Statutes, chapter 14, has submitted a report, and a party wishes to file exceptions to the report, a copy of the exceptions must be served on all parties and 14 copies of the exceptions must be filed with the chairperson within 14 calendar days after the availability of the report. The chairperson may grant an extension of time for filing exceptions, and may allow fewer copies to be submitted due to time constraints or economic hardship.

Subp. 2.

Proposed findings in other than contested cases.

If the board has conducted a hearing, parties to the proceeding may submit proposed findings and conclusions for the board's consideration. A copy of the proposed findings must be served on all parties and 14 copies must be filed within ten working days of the close of the record of the proceeding. The period for submitting proposed findings and conclusions and the number of copies required may be changed as set forth in subpart 1.