N.H. Code Admin. R. Emp 207.20 - Postponements and Continuances

(a) Any party to a hearing may make an oral or written motion that a hearing be postponed or continued to a later date or time.
(b) If a postponement or continuance is requested by a party to the hearing, it shall be granted if the presiding officer determines that good cause has been demonstrated. Good cause shall include the unavailability of parties, witnesses or attorneys necessary to conduct the hearing, or any other circumstances that demonstrate that a postponement would assist in resolving the case fairly, unless such unavailability is due to action or inaction on the part of the party.
(c) If the later date, time and place are known at the time of the hearing that is being postponed, the date, time and place shall be stated on the record. If the later date, time and place are not known at the time of

the hearing that is being postponed, the presiding officer shall issue a written scheduling order stating the date, time and place of the postponed hearing as soon as practicable.

Notes

N.H. Code Admin. R. Emp 207.20

#7246, eff 4-30-00; ss by #9126, INTERIM, eff 4-20-08, EXPIRES: 10-17-08; ss by #9296, eff 10-17-08

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