262 Neb. Admin. Code, ch. 7, § 005 - Violations of Cost-Sharing Assistance Agreement
Current through May 17, 2022
In the event that the Department is notified of an alleged violation of the cost-sharing assistance agreement, a representative of the Department and/or a representative of the district shall investigate the alleged violation and shall report the results of such investigation to the Department. If following the investigation it appears as though a violation has in fact occurred, the Department shall so notify the landowner and shall make demand for repayment of the appropriate amount to the Fund within 30 days thereafter. The landowner may within the time specified for such repayment contest the occurrence of a violation and may request that the Department conduct a formal hearing to reconsider such demand for payment. Such hearing shall be conducted in accordance with Title 261 of the Department Rules and Regulations. If following the hearing, the Department determines that the violation did in fact occur, it shall so notify the landowner in accordance with the provisions of Title 261 and shall renew the demand for repayment. If repayment is not provided or all deficiencies corrected at the owner's expense within the time specified, appropriate legal action shall be taken by the Department to recover such amount.
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