Utah Admin. Code R151-4-111 - Review of Emergency Orders

Unless otherwise provided by statute or rule:

(a) A division shall schedule a hearing to determine whether an emergency order should be affirmed, set aside, or modified based on the standards in Section 63G-4-502 if:
(i) the division has previously:
(A) commenced an emergency adjudicative proceeding in the matter; and
(B) issued an order in accordance with Section 63G-4-502 that results in a continued impairment of the affected party's rights or legal interests; and
(ii) the affected party timely submits a written request for a hearing.
(b) A hearing under this section shall be conducted in conformity with the procedures of Section 63G-4-206.
(a) Upon request for a hearing under this section, the division shall conduct a hearing as soon as reasonably practical but not later than 20 days from the receipt of a written request unless the division and the party requesting the hearing agree in writing to conduct the hearing at a later date.
(b) The division has the burden of proof to establish, by a preponderance of the evidence, that the requirements of Section 63G-4-502 have been met.
(a) Except as otherwise provided by statute, the division director or designee shall select an individual or body of individuals to act as presiding officer at the hearing.
(b) An individual who directly participated in issuing the emergency order may not act as the presiding officer.
(a) Within 15 calendar days after the day the hearing to consider the emergency order concludes, the presiding officer shall issue an order in accordance with Section 63G-4-208.
(b) The order of the presiding officer is subject to agency review.


Utah Admin. Code R151-4-111
Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2021-02, effective 1/8/2021 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2022-18, effective 9/7/2022

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