Ariz. Admin. Code § R6-6-2207 - Scheduling and Notice of Hearing

A. Hearings shall be held at those regularly established hearing locations most convenient to the parties or, at the discretion of the hearing officer, by telephone. The parties shall be given no less than 20 days notice of hearing, except that the parties may waive the notice period or request a delay.
B. The notice of hearing shall inform the appellant of the date, time, and place of the hearing, the name of the hearing officer, the issues involved, and the appellant's right to:
1. Present the appellant's case in person or by telephone;
2. Copy any documents in the appellant's case file and all documents and records to be used by the Department at the hearing at a reasonable time before the hearing;
3. Obtain assistance from the Division in preparing the appellant's case;
4. Make inquiry at the Division about availability of free legal resources which could provide representation at the hearing; and
5. Request a change of hearing officer.
C. If a party contacts the Department promptly after receiving the notice of hearing and requests a postponement for good cause, the hearing officer shall grant a postponement for a reasonable period. Good cause exists when the circumstances causing the request are beyond the reasonable control of the requesting party and failure to grant the postponement would result in undue hardship to the requesting party.
D. All scheduling is the responsibility of the Appellate Services Administration/Long-term Care for ALTCS service provider appeals and the Office of Appeals for all others.


Ariz. Admin. Code § R6-6-2207
Section R6-6-2207 recodified from R6-6-2007 at 9 A.A.R. 36, effective December 13, 2002 (Supp. 02-4).

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