2018 Hawaii Revised Statutes
396. Occupational Safety and Health
396-12 Judicial review.

Universal Citation: HI Rev Stat § 396-12 (2018)

§396-12 Judicial review. Except where an order has already become final for failure to contest, the decision and order of the appeals board shall be final and conclusive unless the director or any party to the proceedings before the appeals board obtains a review thereof in the manner provided in chapter 91 by instituting proceedings in the circuit court of the circuit in which the place of employment, machine, device, apparatus, or equipment is situated or such practice, means, method, operation, or process is employed. The hearing on review shall be on the record and the department shall be deemed a party to any such proceedings. The court shall give precedence to such proceedings over all other civil cases.

The party seeking the review of a decision and order of the appeals board shall bear the cost of preparing a transcript, unless otherwise prohibited by law, in which case the appeals board shall bear the cost of preparing the transcript. [L 1972, c 57, pt of §1; am L 1975, c 50, §6; am L 1976, c 95, §10; am L 2017, c 122, §2]

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