Formal hearing definition

Formal hearing means a board or department process that provides for the right of private parties to submit factual proofs as provided in § 2.2-4020 of the Administrative Process Act in connection with case decisions. Formal hearings do not include the factual inquiries of an informal nature provided in § 2.2-4019 of the Administrative Process Act.
Formal hearing means a procedure whereby an applicant or eligible individual who is dissatisfied with the findings of an administrative review or mediation concerning the furnishing or denial of services may request a timely review of those determinations before an impartial hearing officer.
Formal hearing means a hearing before an impartial hearing officer or an impartial hearing board conducted pursuant to Sections 10-233d, 4/176e to 4-180a and 4-181a of the Connecticut General Statutes.

Examples of Formal hearing in a sentence

  • Formal hearing and procedure re- specting election conducted after hear- ing.

  • The sum- mary suspension shall remain in effect until further order by the Commission.(b) Formal hearing ordered; notification.

  • The hearing on such charges shall be set at such time and place as the Commission through its Secretary-Treasurer may prescribe and the notice in (b) of this section shall specify this time and place.(d) Formal hearing before Commission; hearing examiner or selected panel.

  • If the licensee is an associate associated with a broker, the Commission in like manner shall notify the broker with whom associated.(c) Formal hearing location.

  • Formal hearing procedures are published by the university and generally provide greater rights to charged students than informational hearings.

More Definitions of Formal hearing

Formal hearing means an adjudication of a disputed matter, conducted by the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) or the Board, under R4-46-302.
Formal hearing means an adjudicative proceeding conducted by the Board agent with the parties, which may include taking sworn witness testimony, admitting documentary or other evidence, taking official notice of facts, and approving stipulated facts.
Formal hearing means a proceeding before the BTA conducted in accordance with RCW 82.03.160, the Administrative Procedure Act (chapter 34.05 RCW), and chapter 456-09 WAC.
Formal hearing means a hearing before a hearings officer where laws, rules, and evidence are presented, consid- ered, and a decision is rendered.
Formal hearing means a hearing before at least three (3) members of the Board of Education or an impartial hearing board conducted pursuant to Section 10-233d, 4-17e to 4-18a and 4-181a of the Connecticut General Statutes. Proceduresa) RemovalA pupil may be removed from class if he/she causes a serious disruption of the educational process within the classroom, provided no pupil shall be removed from class more than six (6) times in any school year or more than twice in one week unless such pupil is referred to the building Principal or his/her designee and granted an informal hearing.The school shall designate an area to which teacher shall send pupils who are removed from the classroom. The Principal or his/her designee shall be notified of the name of the pupil removed and the reason for the removal, and shall notify the parent/guardian of any minor pupil removed from class within twenty-four (24) hours of the removal and the reasons therefore.b) In-School SuspensionA pupil may be assigned an in-school suspension if his/her conduct endangers persons or property, or is seriously disruptive of the educational process, or violates a publicized policy of the Board of Education. No pupil shall be placed in in-school suspension without an informal hearing before the Principal or his/her designee. Whenever administration seeks to impose an in- school suspension period on a pupil with a disability requiring special education or accommodation, the administrator shall determine the number of days of in-school suspension or suspension already imposed on said pupil during the school year, and to initiate compliance with state and federal special education laws and regulations with respect to holding an IEP team or 504 team meeting if necessary.
Formal hearing means a hearing before a hearings officer where laws, rules, and evidence are presented, considered, and a deci- sion is rendered.
Formal hearing means the public evidentiary phase of formal proceedings conducted before the commission or a special master.