21 N.C. Admin. Code 17 .0504 - RIGHT TO HEARING
When the Board acts or proposes to act, other than in rule-making or declaratory ruling proceedings, in a manner which will affect the rights, duties, or privileges of a specific, identifiable licensee or applicant for a license, such person has the right to an administrative hearing. When the Board proposes to act in such a manner, it shall give any such affected person notice of the right to a hearing by mailing to the person, by certified mail at the person's last known address, a notice of the proposed action and a notice of a right to a hearing. Notice of a right to a hearing may also be given by any method of service permitted in G.S. 150B-38(c), by a signed acceptance of service from such person, or by delivery to the person's attorney of record who accepts service on behalf of the person.
Adopted by North Carolina Register Volume 37, Issue 15, February 1, 2023 effective
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