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52 Pa. Code § 1005.83. Notice of nonrulemaking proceedings.

§ 1005.83. Notice of nonrulemaking proceedings.

 (a)  The Authority or presiding officer is authorized to schedule prehearing conferences and hearings. Parties will be given reasonable notice of the time and place of the prehearing conference or hearing. In fixing the time and place of conferences and hearings, regard will be given to the convenience and necessity of the parties or their attorneys so far as time and the proper execution of the functions of the Authority permit.

 (b)  A protestant shall attend the initial hearing or prehearing conference, if one has been scheduled. Failure to attend may result in the dismissal of the protest by the Authority or presiding officer.

 (c)  Subsection (a) supersedes 1 Pa. Code § §  35.105 and 35.106 (relating to notice of nonrulemaking proceedings; and contents of notice of nonrulemaking proceedings).

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