Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0250-05-04-.01 - NOTICE
(1) The hearing shall be conducted at a reasonable time, date, and place after adequate written notice has been given to the appellant by the Administrative Judge/Hearing Officer.
(2) The notice shall include:
(a) Date, place, and nature of the hearing with instructions to the appellant to notify the county office if he/she is unable to meet the appointment.
(b) A statement of the legal authority under which the hearing is held, including a reference to the particular sections of the statutes and rules involved.
(c) A short and plain statement of the matters asserted. The notice will define the issues and will refer to detailed statements of the matters involved, to be found in the appeal summary that is prepared by the county office and which will be made available to the appellant prior to the hearing.
(d) Information about hearing procedures.
(e) The appellant's option to present his/her case or be represented by a lawyer or another authorized person.
(f) The appellant's right to inspect the files of the agency with respect to the matter under appeal and to copy there from.
(g) The appellant's right to present written evidence and testimonies and to bring witnesses and members of his/her family to the hearing.
(h) The process by which an appellant may petition for reconsideration of an initial or final order.
(i) The process by which an appellant may appeal an initial order.
(j) The appellant's right to judicial review, If he/she is dissatisfied with the final order entered on his/her appeal.
Authority: T.C.A. §§ 4-5-307, 37-5-105, and 37-5-112.
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