§ 19-28.1-25. Hearings and judicial review.
(a) Except as provided by subsection (c), the director may not enter an order under § 19-28.1-18 or § 19-28.1-19 without appropriate prior notice to all named persons, opportunity for hearing and written findings of fact and conclusion of law.
(b) Notice required by this act is sufficient if delivered personally, or if sent by registered or certified mail and addressed to the person, or the person's attorney of record at the person's or attorney's last known address appearing in the records of the director. Notice served in accordance with § 19-28.1-28 is also sufficient.
(c) A person named in an order may apply to the director for a hearing in respect to any matter determined by the order within 30 days after the director has summarily issued an order. A hearing shall be held within thirty (30) days after the director receives a written request for a hearing unless extended by mutual consent of the parties. During the pendency of any hearing requested under this subsection, the order issued summarily shall remain in effect unless vacated or modified by the director.
(d) After a hearing, the director may issue a final order. The final order may affirm, vacate or modify an order issued summarily in effect during the pendency of the hearing, or may include such other sanctions as are provided for under § 19-28.1-18. An order issued summarily against a person becomes a final order if the person fails to request a hearing under subsection (c) or if the person defaults after requesting a hearing.
(e) Hearings and rehearings shall be public.
(f) Hearings and other official acts of the director are subject to judicial review and will be made in accordance with chapter 35 of title 42.
(g) Orders originally entered without a hearing under § 19-28.1-18 or § 19-28.1-19 may be reviewed only if the person seeking review has requested a hearing within the time provided by subsection (b). Petition for review under this subsection may be filed only after service of the order finally disposing of the person's request for a hearing under subsection (b).
(P.L. 1993, ch. 395, § 2.)