Chapter 100 - RULES OF PROCEDURES FOR ADJUDICATORY HEARINGS

  1. § 229-100-01 - SCOPE OF RULES
  2. § 229-100-02 - NOTICE
  3. § 229-100-03 - LOCATION
  4. § 229-100-04 - HEARING PROCEDURES
  5. § 229-100-05 - CONTINUANCES
  6. § 229-100-06 - GENERAL EVIDENCE
  7. § 229-100-07 - SUBPOENAS
  8. § 229-100-08 - IDENTIFICATION OF PARTIES
  9. § 229-100-09 - CONCLUSION OF HEARING

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

SUMMARY: These rules govern the procedures used by the Department of Transportation for its adjudicatory hearings.

BASIS STATEMENT: The Maine Transportation Act, 23 M.R.S.A.4206 provides that the Commissioner or his authorized representative "may conduct investigations, inquiries and hearings concerning all matters with the jurisdiction of the department." These regulations govern the conduct and procedures to be followed in all adjudicatory proceedings before the Department.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE: Adopted as an emergency rule on April 3, 1979 and filed on April 5 1979
Adopted as a regular rule on May 15, 1979 and filed on MAY 16, 1979.
EFFECTIVE DATE (ELECTRONIC CONVERSION): April 24, 1996

AUTHORITY: Maine Transportation Act, 23 M.R.S.A.4201 et. seq.; Maine Administrative Procedure Act, 5 M.R.S.A.8001 et. seq.

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