2019 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 4 - Management of State Agencies
Chapter 54 - Uniform Administrative Procedure Act
Section 4-178a - Contested cases and declaratory ruling proceedings. Review of preliminary, procedural or evidentiary rulings.

Universal Citation: CT Gen Stat § 4-178a (2019)

If a hearing in a contested case or in a declaratory ruling proceeding is held before a hearing officer or before less than a majority of the members of the agency who are authorized by law to render a final decision, a party, if permitted by regulation and before rendition of the final decision, may request a review by a majority of the members of the agency, of any preliminary, procedural or evidentiary ruling made at the hearing. The majority of the members may make an appropriate order, including the reconvening of the hearing.

(P.A. 88-317, S. 22, 107.)

History: P.A. 88-317 effective July 1, 1989, and applicable to all agency proceedings commencing on or after that date.

Cited. 217 C. 130; 239 C. 32.

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