§ 35.214. Oral argument on exceptions.
A party or staff counsel filing a brief on exceptions or brief opposing exceptions may by motion request an opportunity to present oral argument to the agency head on the proposed report. The motion shall be filed within the time limited for the filing of briefs opposing exceptions. If oral argument is ordered, it shall be limited, unless otherwise specified, to matters properly raised by the briefs.
This section cited in 7 Pa. Code § 179.66 (relating to briefs and oral argument); 12 Pa. Code § 11.15 (relating to final orders); 22 Pa. Code § 121.9 (relating to administrative loan collection review procedures); 22 Pa. Code § 121.10 (relating to administrative wage garnishment procedures for Federal loans); 22 Pa. Code § 201.12 (relating to oral argument before the Board); 22 Pa. Code § 351.1 (relating to purpose and scope); 28 Pa. Code § 301.7 (relating to fair hearing); 31 Pa. Code § 56.1 (relating to applicability of general rules); 31 Pa. Code § 56.2 (relating to adjudication procedure); 34 Pa. Code § 95.98 (relating to decisions of the Board); 34 Pa. Code § 111.17 (relating to oral argument); 34 Pa. Code § 125.6 (relating to decision on application); 34 Pa. Code § 131.102 (relating to oral argument); 34 Pa. Code § 131.112 (relating to correction or amendment of decision); 52 Pa. Code § 5.538 (relating to oral argument before the Commission); 52 Pa. Code § 1005.214 (relating to oral argument before the Authority); 55 Pa. Code § 41.191 (relating to determinations and recommendations by the Bureau); 58 Pa. Code § 51.45 (relating to procedures); 58 Pa. Code § 494a.7 (relating to exceptions); 61 Pa. Code § 703.5 (relating to other submissions); and 67 Pa. Code § 491.12 (relating to exceptions).
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