265 CMR 8.03 - Request for Response and Response

If the Board or its duly authorized agent determines that a complaint has merit, the Board or its duly authorized agent may request that the registrant who is the subject of the complaint provide a response to the complaint. A registrant may respond to a request for response either personally or through an attorney. A response must address the substantive allegations set forth in the complaint or request for response and be provided in writing and in a timely manner in accordance with such request.

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265 CMR 8.03

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