Kan. Admin. Regs. § 112-114-14 - Appeals of disciplinary review board hearings

(a) Each order entered by the disciplinary review board that imposes suspension or revocation, or any other sanction shall be subject to appeal to the commission.
(b) Each party who wishes to appeal a disciplinary review board order shall file a notice of appeal and brief on forms provided by the commission during regular office hours within 11 days after service of the order from which the party is appealing. If an order is served by mail, the party shall have 14 days within which to file a notice of appeal and brief.
(c) Each notice of appeal and brief shall be completed by the appealing party upon the form available in the commission's licensing office at the gaming facility. Each notice of appeal and brief shall fully state the basis for appeal and identify the issues upon which the party seeks administrative review. Incomplete forms shall not be accepted by commission personnel.
(d) A notice of appeal and brief shall constitute the appealing party's written brief. An opposing party shall be afforded an opportunity to file a brief in response to the appealing party's brief within 14 days following the filing of the appealing party's brief.
(e) Each notice of appeal form shall include a statement that, in reviewing any disciplinary review board's order, the following provisions shall apply:
(1) De novo review may be exercised by the commission, one or more commissioners designated by the commission, or a presiding officer designated by the commission.
(2) The disciplinary review board's order may be affirmed, reversed, remanded for further hearing, or modified by the commission, one or more commissioners designated by the commission, or a presiding officer designated by the commission. A new hearing may also be conducted by the commission, one or more commissioners designated by the commission, or a presiding officer designated by the commission. An occupation license may be suspended or revoked for each violation of the act or these regulations, or both.
(f) Any respondent may be deemed to have timely filed a notice of appeal pursuant to subsection (b) if, after service of the disciplinary review board's order, the respondent performs the following:
(1) Within the appeal time described in subsection (b) of this regulation, files a writing that states an intention to appeal the order and that includes substantially the same information requested in the appeal form available in the commission's licensing office at the gaming facility; and
(2) within a period of time authorized by the disciplinary review board, fully executes and files in the commission's licensing office at the gaming facility the appeal form available in that office.

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Kan. Admin. Regs. § 112-114-14
Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 2008 Supp. 74-8751 and 74-8772; effective May 1, 2009.

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