Mich. Admin. Code R. 125.224 - Reinstatement
Current through Register Vol. 21-17, October 1, 2021
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Rule 224. (1) Suspended participants or contractors shall not be allowed to resume participation in authority programs or transactions until the expiration of the stated period of suspension or a petition for early reinstatement has been submitted and approved by an authorized officer of the authority, whichever occurs first.
(2) Petitions for early reinstatement shall only be submitted as follows:
(a) Upon discovery of new evidence which was not previously discoverable or upon the dismissal of criminal charges or civil or administrative action, the reversal of a criminal conviction or civil judgment, or the reversal of the suspension, debarment, or other exclusion imposed by another government agency, upon which the authority suspension was based.
(b) Upon a bona fide change in ownership or management of the person suspended.
(c) Upon proof that the causes for suspension have been eliminated.
(3) A petition for early reinstatement may be submitted immediately after the occurrence of the events set forth in subrule (2) of this rule.
(4) The petition for early reinstatement shall be submitted to the authority officer who issued the suspension or to his or her successor. The petition shall be accompanied by written evidence in support thereof. The authority officer may request a written response to the petition from the authority officials or staff that requested initiation of the suspension proceedings. There shall not be a hearing upon a petition for early reinstatement unless ordered by the authority officer ruling upon the petition. The authority officer may refer a petition for early reinstatement, together with evidence submitted in connection or in response to the petition, to a hearing officer for review and written recommendation.
History: 1991 AACS.