Hearing Body definition

Hearing Body or “Hearing Panel” means any person or persons authorized by the University Vice President for Student Affairs, Community College Dean of Students or Charter Oak State College Provost to determine whether a student has violated the Code and to impose sanctions as warranted, including a hearing officer or hearing board.
Hearing Body. – means the Board, any committee of the Board, or a Hearing Examiner at any hearing held under the authority of the District Act.

Examples of Hearing Body in a sentence

  • In addition to compliance hearings, MRO’s Hearing Body also reviews and approves settlements in a yes or no fashion, but is not permitted to make modifications to negotiated settlements/agreements.

  • The Hearing Body will utilize a simple majority vote to resolve issues.

  • The NPCC Compliance Committee, reporting to the NPCC Board, will be responsible for impaneling a Hearing Body, when required.

  • Matters subject to the jurisdiction of the WECC Compliance Hearing Body are not subject to the procedures in Appendix C.

  • Each Hearing Body member shall have one vote with respect to matters presented at a hearing.


More Definitions of Hearing Body

Hearing Body means a group comprising the Hearing Officer and two (2) Independent Directors (excluding the Board Chair) which has been authorized by NPCC to conduct and render decisions in a formal compliance hearing of any entity registered in the NERC compliance registry who is the subject of a notice of alleged violation, proposed penalty or sanction, contested mitigation plan or contested remedial action directive.
Hearing Body means the body established or designated by the Compliance Enforcement Authority to conduct hearings and issue decisions concerning disputed compliance matters in accordance with these Hearing Procedures.
Hearing Body means the body designated by the Compliance Enforcement Authority to conduct hearings and issue decisions concerning disputed compliance matters in accordance with Attachment 2, Hearing Procedures, of Appendix 4C.
Hearing Body means one or more members of the University community authorized by the Director of Community Standards or designee to determine whether a student has violated The Student Code and to impose sanctions as warranted.
Hearing Body means any agency of the city that has been designated by this code to conduct hearings. “Hedge” means a fence or boundary formed by a dense row of shrubs or low trees.
Hearing Body means any person or persons authorized by the Office of Community Standards to determine whether a student or organization has violated the Code of Community Standards and to impose sanctions.