Iowa Admin. Code r. 161-4.1 - General provisions

(1) Scope and applicability. This chapter applies to contested case proceedings conducted by the Iowa civil rights commission.
(2) Prosecutory representative of commission. The commission's case in support of the complaint shall be presented by the attorney or agent of the commission. An assistant attorney general may represent the Iowa civil rights commission at a contested case proceeding.
(3) Time. Time shall be computed as provided in Iowa Code subsection 4.1(34).
(4) Modification of time limits. For good cause shown, the presiding officer may extend or shorten the time to take any action, except as precluded by statute. Except for good cause stated in the record, before extending or shortening the time to take any action, the presiding officer shall afford all parties an opportunity to be heard or to file written arguments.
(5) Extension of time for service by mail Whenever a party has the right or is required by this chapter to do some act or take some proceedings within a prescribed period after the service of a notice or other paper upon that party and the notice or paper is served upon that party by mail, three days shall be added to the prescribed period. Such additional time shall not be applicable where the presiding officer has prescribed the method of service of notice and the number of days to be given. This rule has no effect on actions which must be taken within a prescribed period after the issuance of a proposed decision or final order.


Iowa Admin. Code r. 161-4.1

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