Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 295-5-.01 - Motions: Written and Oral

(1) An application to the agency for an order to take any action or to enter any order shall be made by motion which, unless made during the hearing, shall be made in writing, shall state specifically the grounds therefor, and shall set forth the action or order sought. A copy of all written motions shall be served upon the parties in accordance with Chapter 295-6.
(2) A motion for a continuance or an extension of time shall be ruled upon by the presiding officer forthwith. All other motions shall be ruled upon by the presiding officer at the outset of the hearing, after an opportunity for argument by the parties; provided, however, that when the presiding officer is a duly appointed hearing officer, the presiding officer may establish a hearing schedule and dispose of motions at his discretion. The presiding officer may request briefs in support of or in opposition to any motion.


Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 295-5-.01
Ga. L. 1931, pp. 7, 35, 37.
Original Rule entitled "Motions: Written and Oral" adopted as ER. 295-5-0.1-.01. F. and eff. March 3, 1976, the date of adoption. Amended: Permanent Rule of same title adopted. F. Mar. 30, 1976; eff. Apr. 19, 1976.

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