25 CFR 20.703 - What must the written notice of hearing include?

§ 20.703 What must the written notice of hearing include?
The written notice of hearing must include:
(a) The date, time and location of the hearing;
(b) A statement of the facts and issues giving rise to the appeal;
(c) The applicant's or recipient's right to be heard in person, or to be represented by an authorized representative at no expense to the Bureau;
(d) The applicant or recipient's right to present both oral and written evidence during the hearing;
(e) The applicant's or recipient's right to confront and cross-examine witnesses at the hearing;
(f) The applicant's or recipient's right of one continuance of not more than 10 days with respect to the date of hearing; and
(g) The applicant's or recipient's right to examine and copy, at a reasonable time before the hearing, his/her case record as it relates to the proposed action being contested.

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