Hearings definition

Hearings means formal meetings held at the request of the applicant and conducted pursuant to the Administrative Procedures Act. Hearings are conducted by the CRC and relate to the denial determination of an applicant or decertification of a certified firm.
Hearings means any Tribal court review of the child’s case plan.
Hearings means both hearings and rehearings and this chapter shall cover both so far as applicable, except where other- wise specifically provided for by statute or this chapter.

Examples of Hearings in a sentence

  • These policies and procedures shall include a process by which members may file grievances and appeals with the MCP, and a process by which members may access the state’s fair hearing system through the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) Bureau of State Hearings (BSH).

  • Hearings and conferences held under this procedure shall be conducted by mutual agreement.

  • A FC facilitator shall, on a rotating basis, facilitate but shall be a non-voting participant in any Formal Hearings that may arise following the submission of an Issue Resolution Form.

  • This day will not be used for arbitrations, union conventions and Labour Board Hearings.

  • Hearings of the commission will be informal in nature and, so long as due process is observed, the judicial rules of evidence need not be applied.

More Definitions of Hearings

Hearings means the hearings before the Court in the Debtors’ cases which are currently scheduled for April 29, 2021 and May 17, 2021.
Hearings shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.7(b).
Hearings means any assembly of the Elections Commission to adjudicate the merits of an election complaint.
Hearings means the Hearings Division of the Workers' Compensation Board.
Hearings are defined as any proceeding in which witnesses will be called, sworn, examined, and xxxxx examined before an independent finder of fact who will decide or recommend the outcome of the case. • Legal services for construction matters will be billed at $220.00. • Other Billable/Reimbursable items: Only significant costs or expenses which are incurred by the Firm on behalf of the District will be billed to the District. Such costs are large photocopying projects, large postage fees, stenographic reporters’ fees, witness fees and court costs. Travel to the District or routine office costs such as local telephone costs, faxes, routine copies, etc. will not be billable to the District.
Hearings means the public hearing sessions held by the Panel on 1-4 June 2015 (inclusive) and 17 June 2015;
Hearings means one of the anti-dumping investigation procedures, conducted by the Authorized Body, in order to provide interested parties with the opportunity to consider disputable issues;