Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022
Commissioner or designee shall issue the final agency decision within 45 days
of receipt of the initial decision of the administrative law judge, unless an
extension is accommodated by N.J.A.C. 1:1-18, in accordance with
. The decision of the
Commissioner or designee shall be final and binding on all parties
(b) The hearing decision
shall be effective on the date of final decision unless another effective date
(c) An official and
complete record of each hearing shall be maintained in the files of the State
Office, Division of Youth and Family Services, for at least one year after the
date the decision is rendered. During this one year period, the client or his
or her legal representative may review, upon appointment, all or any part of
the official and complete record of the hearing.
(d) A decision requiring action by the
service provider may apply to future action by the service provider or
retroactively to the date an incorrect action was taken.
(e) The State Division of Youth and Family
Services shall take such steps as may be necessary to assure that the decision
has been carried out. Any action required by the decision must be completed by
the service provider within the time frame specified by the Director in the
final agency decision.