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52 Pa. Code § 1005.101. Presentation and effect of stipulations.


§ 1005.101. Presentation and effect of stipulations.

 (a)  Parties may stipulate to relevant matters of fact or the authenticity of relevant documents. The stipulations may be received in evidence at a hearing, and when so received shall be binding on the parties to the stipulation with respect to the matters therein stipulated.

 (b)  The parties may make stipulations independently of orders or rulings issued under §  1005.91 (relating to conferences generally).

 (c)  The Authority or presiding officer may disregard in whole or in part a stipulation of facts under this section but may grant further hearing if requested by a party to the stipulation within 15 days after issuance of an Authority order disregarding the stipulation of fact.

 (d)  Subsections (a)—(c) supersede 1 Pa. Code §  35.155 (relating to presentation and effect of stipulations).

Cross References

   This section cited in 52 Pa. Code §  1005.151 (relating to oral examination).

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