02-031 C.M.R. ch. 350, § 18 - Two-part decision
Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022
In extraordinary circumstances, including those in which a time constraint imposed by rule or statute requires the issuance of a decision by a specific date, the Superintendent may issue his decision in two (2) parts. The first part shall plainly state the result of the decision, specify the orders made by the Superintendent and summarize the factual conclusions reached. The second part shall contain the full statement of findings of fact required by this section and made by the Superintendent as a basis for his decision. This second part shall be issued as soon after the issuance of the first part as possible, but in no case more than seven (7) days after such issuance. The time for taking an appeal from a decision issued in two parts begins to run from the issuance of the second part.
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