5217.0700 Disqualification Of Board Or Panel Member

Published: 2015

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Any member of the board or panel shall voluntarily disqualify himself or herself and withdraw from any case in which the member cannot accord a fair and impartial hearing or consideration. At least ten days before the hearing, at which the board or panel votes to render a final decision, any party may request the disqualification of any board or panel member by filing an affidavit which states with particularity the grounds upon which it is claimed that a fair and impartial hearing cannot be accorded. The affidavit shall be filed with the executive secretary of the board or panel. If a party requests that a member be disqualified, the disqualification issue shall be determined by majority vote of the other members present even if the other members do not constitute a quorum.