46 CFR 502.145 - Presiding officer.

§ 502.145 Presiding officer.
(a) Definition. Presiding officer includes, where applicable, a member of the Commission or an administrative law judge. (See § 502.25.)
(b) Designation of administrative law judge. An administrative law judge will be designated by the Chief of the Commission's Office of Administrative Law Judges to preside at hearings required by statute, in rotation so far as practicable, unless the Commission or one or more members thereof shall preside, and will also preside at hearings not required by statute when designated to do so by the Commission.
(c) Unavailability. If the presiding officer assigned to a proceeding becomes unavailable to the Commission, the Commission, or Chief Judge (if such presiding officer was an administrative law judge), shall designate a qualified officer to take his or her place. Any motion predicated upon the substitution of a new presiding officer for one originally designated shall be made within ten (10) days after notice of such substitution. [Rule 145.]

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USC: Title 26a
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Executive Order ... 11222