§ 497a.3. Issuance of Board orders.
(a) In computing a period of time involving the date of the issuance of an order by the Board, the day of issuance of an order will be the date the Clerk enters the order. An order will not be made public prior to its entry except when, in the Boards judgment, the public interest so requires. The date of entry of an order may or may not be the day of its adoption by the Board. The Clerk will clearly indicate on each order the date of its adoption by the Board and the date of its entry.
(b) The date of entry of an order which is subject to review by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania is governed by 2 Pa.C.S. Chapter 7, Subchapter A (relating to judicial review of Commonwealth agency action). The date of issuance of an order shall be deemed to be the date of entry for the purposes of computing the time for appeal under an applicable statute relating to judicial review of Board action.
(c) Subsections (a) and (b) are identical to 1 Pa. Code § 31.13 (relating to issuance of agency orders).
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