Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 40-1-2-.07 - Emergency Rules

If the Commissioner finds that an imminent peril to the public health, safety or welfare (including but not limited to summary processes such as quarantines, contrabands, seizures and the like authorized by law without notice), requires adoption of a rule upon fewer than thirty (30) days' notice and states in writing his reason for this finding, he may proceed without prior notice or hearing or upon an abbreviated notice and hearing that he finds practicable, to adopt and emergency rule. The rule may be effective for a period of not to exceed 120 days and will be set out in said rule, but the adoption of an identical rule under Rule 40-1-2-.05 through 40-1-2-.06 hereof is not precluded.


Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 40-1-2-.07
Ga. L. of 1874, p. 5; 1893. p. 136; 1960, p. 245, 246; 1964, p. 338, as amended by Ga. L. of 1965, p. 283; 1979, p. 1014, 1015.
Original Rule entitled "Imminent Threat" was filed and effective on June 30, 1965. Amended: Rule repealed and a new Rule entitled "Emergency Rules" adopted. Filed January 27, 1971; effective February 16, 1971.

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