29 CFR 18.41 - Summary decision.

§ 18.41 Summary decision.
(a) No genuine issue of material fact.
(1) Where no genuine issue of a material fact is found to have been raised, the administrative law judge may issue a decision to become final as provided by the statute or regulations under which the matter is to be heard. Any final decision issued as a summary decision shall conform to the requirements for all final decisions.
(2) An initial decision and a final decision made under this paragraph shall include a statement of:
(i) Findings of fact and conclusions of law, and the reasons therefor, on all issues presented; and
(ii) Any terms and conditions of the rule or order.
(3) A copy of any initial decision and final decision under this paragraph shall be served on each party.
(b) Hearings on issue of fact. Where a genuine question of material fact is raised, the administrative law judge shall, and in any other case may, set the case for an evidentiary hearing.
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§ 18.41 Continuances and changes in place of hearing.

(a) By the judge. Upon reasonable notice to the parties, the judge may change the time, date, and place of the hearing.

(b) By a party's motion. A request by a party to continue a hearing or to change the place of the hearing must be made by motion.

(1) Continuances. A motion for continuance must be filed promptly after the party becomes aware of the circumstances supporting the continuance. In exceptional circumstances, a party may orally request a continuance and must immediately notify the other parties of the continuance request.

(2) Change in place of hearing. A motion to change the place of a hearing must be filed promptly.

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