§ 11.15. Final orders.
(a) Upon receipt of the formal records, briefs, if any, and report of the presiding officer, the Secretary will promptly review the materials and issue a final order.
(b) The Secretary may accept the report of the presiding officer, or modify, or reverse findings of fact or conclusions of law of the presiding officer as shall appear just and proper on the basis of the evidence submitted and issues presented in the case.
(c) A copy of the final order of the Secretary will promptly be entered by the Department and mailed to the parties to the proceedings.
(d) The right of appeal from the final report and order of the Secretary shall be governed by section 8211(d) of the act (relating to petitions for declaratory orders and complaints to department) and Pa.R.A.P.
(e) This section supersedes 1 Pa. Code § § 35.201, 35.202, 35.21135.214, 35.221, 35.225, 35.226 and 35.251.
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