The petitioner shall notify the presiding administrative law judge at least seven days prior to the hearing of any personal knowledge of controversy regarding the hearing. Public hearings shall be held by the presiding administrative law judge in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, section 414.09.
The presiding administrative law judge may hear the facts or evidence of any person or organization. Any person may note an appearance for the record. No person becomes, or is considered to be, a party to the proceeding solely by reason of presenting facts or evidence or entering an appearance at the hearing.
The petitioner must pay for the publication of notices of hearings required by Minnesota Statutes, section 414.09.
MS s 414.01
9 SR 2442; 37 SR 1395
April 1, 2013
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