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52 Pa. Code § 1005.122. Review of testimony.

§ 1005.122. Review of testimony.

 (a)  In proceedings when testimony was electronically recorded and subsequently transcribed, a party may review the recording to ensure it was transcribed accurately.

 (b)  Review will not be permitted except upon written request within 20 days after the transcript has been filed with the Authority.

 (c)  Upon request for review, the Authority or presiding officer will schedule a time and place for the review which shall be open to all parties. The court reporter shall submit the tapes and equipment necessary for the review and shall arrange for the court reporter responsible for transcribing the tapes to be present at the review.

 (d)  Actual costs associated with making the tapes available for review, including the time of the court reporter, shall be paid by the party requesting review.

 (e)  Nothing in this section requires the electronic recording of testimony.

Cross References

   This section cited in 52 Pa. Code §  1005.121 (relating to transcripts generally).

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