Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 69U-105.106 - Participants in Proceeding
Current through Reg. 47, No. 249; December 28, 2021
Within 10 days of the receipt of the notice of intention to appear, OFR shall acknowledge receipt of the notice and determine whether the person's substantial interests will be affected by OFR's action on the application. Any person whose substantial interests will be affected and who desires to become a party to a pending proceeding after expiration of the time limit set in subsection (3) above may petition OFR for leave to become a party. Such a petition shall declare the petitioner's position by setting forth the same information required in paragraphs (3)(a)-(d) of this rule and by explaining the failure to file timely written notice of intention to appear as provided in subsection (3) above. Petitions for leave to become a party may be filed with the presiding officer or administrative law judge at any time prior to the termination of the hearing and shall be served on the applicant. The presiding officer or administrative law judge shall determine whether the petitioner's substantial interests will be affected by OFR's action on the application. A later petition to become a party may be denied if granting the petition might unduly interfere with or delay the orderly hearing process.
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