Section .0100 – Administration

Link to law: http://reports.oah.state.nc.us/ncac/title 04 - commerce/chapter 10 - industrial commission/subchapter e/04 ncac 10e .0101.html
Published: 2015

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SUBCHAPTER 10E – ADMINISTRATIVE RULES OF THE INDUSTRIAL

COMMISSION

 

SECTION .0100 – ADMINISTRATION

 

04 NCAC 10E .0101          INSTRUCTIONS

FOR FILING A PETITION FOR RULE-MAKING

(a)  Any person may petition the Commission to adopt a new

rule, or amend or repeal an existing rule by submitting a rule-making petition

to the Commission at 4336 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-4336.  The

petition must be titled "Petition for Rule-making" and must include

the following information:

(1)           the name and address of the person

submitting the petition;

(2)           a citation to any rule for which an

amendment or repeal is requested;

(3)           a draft of any proposed rule or amended

rule;

(4)           an explanation of why the new rule or

amendment or repeal of an existing rule is requested and the effect of the new

rule, amendment, or repeal on the procedures of the Commission; and

(5)           any other information the person submitting

the petition considers relevant.

(b)  The Commission must decide whether to grant or deny a

petition for rule-making within 120 days of receiving the petition.  In making

the decision, the Commission shall consider the information submitted with the

petition and any other relevant information.

(c)  When the Commission denies a petition for rule-making, a

written notice of the denial must be sent to the person who submitted the

request.  The notice must state the reason for the denial.  When the Commission

grants a rule-making petition, the Commission must initiate rule-making

proceedings and send written notice of the proceedings to the person who

submitted the request.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 97-73; 150B-20;

Eff. January 1, 1996;

Amended Eff. July 1, 2014.