N.J. Admin. Code § 7:1J-9.17 - Waiver of hearing

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) If the parties and the administrator agree in writing, signed by all parties and by the administrator, to waive the oral hearing, the board shall not hold a hearing.
(b) If the parties and the administrator waive the hearing pursuant to (a) above, the Board shall designate a date for submission of proofs. The Board shall notify all parties and the administrator of the date at least one week prior to the designated date. All parties shall submit all their respective proofs to the Board. The parties and the administrator shall have the opportunity to respond in writing to the proofs submitted by the other parties. The Board shall designate the time by which any such response must be filed.
(c) If the board thereafter requires additional documentation from any party, it shall notify the party of such requirement and of the date by which such material must be submitted to the board.
(d) The failure of any party to submit proofs, other documentation required by the board pursuant to (c) above, or permitted responses within the time specified by the board shall not operate to delay the rendering of a decision within the time limits specified in 7:1J-9.16, 9.20, or the Act. The board may, in its discretion, extend the time within which a party may submit information and responses so long as such extension will not operate to delay the rendering of a decision within the time limits specified in 7:1J-9.16, or the Act.

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N.J. Admin. Code § 7:1J-9.17

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