Conn. Agencies Regs. § 21a-9-9 - Final decision in a contested case

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) The final decision or order in a contested case shall be rendered by an agency after due consideration of the entire record. If no written request was filed for the preparation of a transcript, a final decision may be rendered at any time following the close of the hearing. If a transcript was requested in writing, the final decision may be rendered within a reasonable time following preparation of the transcript.
(b) A final decision or order adverse to a party in a contested case shall be in writing or stated in the record.
(c) Parties shall be notified either personally or by mail of any decision or order. Upon request, a copy of the text of the final decision or order shall be sent by mail to each of the respondents and respondent's counsel, and to any other party of record.
(d) The agency shall proceed with reasonable dispatch to conclude any matter pending before it and shall render a final decision in all contested cases within ninety days following the close of evidence and filing of briefs in such proceedings.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 21a-9-9
Effective February 22, 1984

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