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55 Pa. Code § 41.152. Continuance of hearings.

§ 41.152. Continuance of hearings.

 (a)  A hearing may not be continued except for compelling reasons.

 (b)  A motion for continuance of a hearing must be submitted to the Bureau in writing with a copy served upon the other parties to the proceedings, except that during the course of a hearing in a proceeding, the requests may be made by oral motion in the hearing.

 (c)  In the event that the parties are engaged in good faith settlement negotiations, the Bureau may grant a joint continuance request of not more than 60 days.



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