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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 24. Transportation and Motor Vehicles
Agency 30. Department of Transportation
Chapter 160. Rules and Regulations to Comply with the Setoff Debt Collection Act
8/6/2020

24VAC30-160-50. Conduct of Hearing.

Attendance at the hearing shall be limited to those persons necessary for the full disclosure of all relevant facts and circumstances. No issue may be considered at the hearing which previously has been litigated. All testimony at such hearing before the hearing officer shall be recorded by the hearing official, not by any other party, and need not be transcribed unless the claim is further appealed. The hearing officer shall control the order of proof, rule upon the admission of evidence, and may examine and cross-examine witnesses. The hearing officer shall have the right to require additional evidence, if he deems it necessary. The hearing officer may recess the hearing or continue it to another date for good cause shown. If neither the debtor nor his authorized representative appear at the time and place set for the hearing, without good cause, the hearing shall be considered abandoned.

Statutory Authority

§ 33.2-210 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR385-01-17 § 5, eff. January 1, 1984.

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