9 CRR-NY 465.1NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 9. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
SUBTITLE J. DIVISION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
PART 465. RULES OF PRACTICE
9 CRR-NY 465.1
9 CRR-NY 465.1
465.1 Definitions.
When used in this Part:
(a) The term administrative office shall mean that office wherein are located the offices of the commissioner, deputy and assistant commissioners, general counsel, chief administrative law judge and their assistants.
(b) The term regional office shall mean an office duly established by the division for the receipt and/or investigation of complaints.
(c) The term executive deputy commissioner shall mean that person responsible for general administration of the agency, as specified by the commissioner.
(d) The term deputy commissioner for regional affairs shall mean that person designated by the commissioner to head the bureau charged with the receipt and investigation of complaints and supervise the regional directors.
(e) The term general counsel shall refer to the chief legal representative of the agency.
(f) The term adjudication counsel shall mean the attorney who reviews the recommended orders of the administrative law judges for ultimate determination by the individual empowered to execute division orders.
(g) The term administrative law judge shall mean hearing examiner as defined in the law. The term chief administrative law judge shall mean that administrative law judge designated by the commissioner to supervise the administrative law judges.
(h) The term regional director shall mean the division employee duly designated by the commissioner to administer a regional office of the division.
(i) The term division attorney shall mean the general counsel of the Division of Human Rights or anyone designated by the general counsel or by the commissioner to act as its attorney.
(j) The term law shall mean the New York State Human Rights Law.
(k) A word or term defined in the law shall have the same meaning when used in this Part.
9 CRR-NY 465.1
Current through March 15, 2021
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