Nev. Admin. Code § 641B.350 - Failure to appear

1. If a party fails to appear at a hearing scheduled by the Board and no continuance has been requested or granted, the Board may hear testimony of witnesses who have appeared and proceed to consider the matter and dispose of it on the basis of the evidence before it.
2. Where, because of accident, sickness or other reasonable cause, a person fails to appear for a hearing or request a continuance thereof, he or she may, within a reasonable time but not more than 30 days after the date originally set for the hearing, apply to the Board to reopen the proceedings. Upon finding the cause sufficient and reasonable, the Board will set a new time and place for hearing and give the person notice thereof. Witnesses who have previously testified may not be required to appear at the second hearing unless so directed by the Board.


Nev. Admin. Code § 641B.350
Added to NAC by Bd. of Exam'rs for Social Workers, eff. 9-20-88; A by R142-08, 2-11-2009

NRS 641B.160

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