26-239 C.M.R. ch. 106, § 6 - RESCHEDULING ARBITRATION HEARINGS
Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022
If a consumer requests a second rescheduling and this request is denied and the consumer then fails to attend the hearing, this shall constitute a withdrawal with prejudice and unless there are exceptional circumstances the consumer will have forfeited his right to arbitration. If the manufacturer does this it shall constitute a default without good cause.
A rescheduling request to the arbitrator may be accomplished by any reasonable means, but must actually be received by the arbitrator no later than the business day before the scheduled hearing.
When a hearing is rescheduled, the decision must be issued either within the original 45 day period or within 10 business days of the hearing, whichever is later. Notice to the parties shall be made in accordance with Section 4.
The arbitrator may reschedule any hearing due to circumstances beyond their control. In rescheduling the hearing, the procedure outlined in this Rule shall be utilized.
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