10A NCAC 67A .0203       GOOD CAUSE FOR DELAYED HEARINGS

(a)  A state appeal hearing may be delayed for as much as 10 calendar days when there is good cause.

(b)  Good cause exists when:

(1)           There is a death in the appellant's family;

(2)           The appellant or someone in his family is ill;

(3)           The appellant is unable to obtain representation;

(4)           The appellant's representative has a conflict with the scheduled date;

(5)           The appellant receives a notice of action proposing a reduction or termination of assistance after the 10 work day notice expires;

(6)           The appellant is unable to obtain transportation;

(7)           The hearing officer determines that the hearing should be delayed for some other reason.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 108A‑79; 143B‑153;

Eff. October 1, 1981;

Amended Eff. February 1, 1986.