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Current through Vol. 39, No. 14, April 01, 2022
Form; transcripts. A record of all hearings conducted by a Hearing Examiner will be made by means of tape recording, shorthand notes or court reporter, whichever the Registrar designates. A party may have a transcript of the proceeding prepared upon written application and deposit made of funds in an amount sufficient to pay for the transcription. Any other person directly affected by the hearing shall be furnished a copy of the stenographic record at his own expense when such transcript is made part of the record.
Maintenance. The record of a hearing and a file containing the pleadings will be maintained in the office of the Registrar. When a tape recording of a proceeding is made, it shall be maintained for a period of one year.
A record of an individual proceeding shall include:
(1) all pleadings, motions and intermediate rulings;
(2) evidence received or considered;
(3) a statement of matters officially noticed;
(4) questions and offers of proof, objections and ruling thereon;
(5) proposed findings and exceptions;
(6) any decision, opinion or report by the officer presiding the hearing; and
(7) all memoranda or data submitted to the hearing officer.
Court reporter. A party may request in writing the presence of a court reporter, whose expenses shall be paid by the requesting party.