Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 513-14-1-.14 - Hearings Before the Board

If a person has been accorded a hearing before the Board of Commissioners and a decision has been made by said Board of Commissioners on the subject matter presented at said hearing, the decision of the Board of Commissioners shall be final and no person shall be entitled to a second hearing on the same question or subject matter, unless some evidence relevant to the subject matter in question, of which such person had no knowledge of at the time of the first hearing, shall be discovered. However, in all matters of alleged newly-discovered evidence, the person so claiming shall first submit such alleged newly-discovered evidence to the Board of Commissioners, in writing, and, if said Board of Commissioners shall determine that such alleged newly-discovered evidence has sufficient merit to warrant a second hearing on said question or subject matter, said Board of Commissioners in its sole discretion, may grant a second hearing herein.


Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 513-14-1-.14
O.C.G.A. Sec. 47-17-22.
Original Rule entitled "Hearings Before the Board" adopted. F. Nov. 25, 1985; eff. July 12, 1971.

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