49 Neb. Admin. Code, ch. 2, § 012 - DECISION AND ORDER

Current through December 27, 2021

012.01 Every decision and order rendered by the Department in an application case shall be in writing or stated in the record and, if in writing, shall be accompanied by findings of fact and conclusions of law.
012.02 The decision and order should include:
012.02A The name of the Department and name of the proceeding;
012.02B The time and place of the hearing;
012.02C The names of all parties and their attorneys who entered an appearance at the hearing;
012.02D The findings of fact consisting of a concise statement of the conclusions upon each contested issue of fact;
012.02E The conclusions of law consisting of the applications of the controlling law to the facts found and the legal results arising therefrom, including specific conclusions regarding the requirements of the specific application as set forth in 49 NAC 3 (Proof Requirements for Granting of Applications); and
012.02F The order consisting of the action taken by the Department as a result of the facts found and the legal conclusions arising therefrom.
012.03 The Department may impose conditions precedent in any order issued in an application case.
012.04 Parties to the proceeding shall be notified of the decision and order by mailing a copy of the decision and order and accompanying findings and conclusions to each party or its attorney of record.
012.05 For good cause, the Director may, by order, delegate the final decision making authority in an application case to an appropriate Department employee.


49 Neb. Admin. Code, ch. 2, § 012

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