127-1.7 - Duty and Authority of Board Member

127-1.7. Duty and Authority of Board Member

It shall be the duty of the Board member conducting a hearing to conduct a fair and impartial hearing, to assure that the facts are fully disclosed, to adjudicate all issues and to avoid any unnecessary delay. At any time in the disposition of a protested case, the Review Board by majority vote may request the Administrative Law Clerk to reassign the case to another board member. The Board member shall have authority with respect to hearings assigned to the member to issue any orders or rules or take such other action as is necessary and prudent to carry out the purpose of a fair and impartial hearing.

(Amended by State Register Volume 21, Issue No. 6, Part 2, eff June 27, 1997.)

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