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OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 18. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
CHAPTER II. REGULATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER B. PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
ARTICLE 1. DETERMINATION OF ELIGIBILITY—GENERAL
PART 358. FAIR HEARINGS: FAMILY ASSISTANCE, SAFETY NET ASSISTANCE, MEDICAL ASSISTANCE, EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE TO AGED, BLIND OR DISABLED PERSONS, EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE TO NEEDY FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN, SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE, AND SERVICES FUNDED THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY ASSISTANCE
SUBPART 358-5. THE FAIR HEARING PROCESS
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358-5.11 The hearing record.
(a) Fair hearing record.
Only the OAH may record the fair hearing. A written transcript or recording of the fair hearing testimony and exhibits, or the hearing officer's official report together with the recommended decision of the hearing officer, all papers and requests filed in the proceeding prior to the close of the fair hearing and the fair hearing decision, constitute the complete and exclusive record of the fair hearing. Where a decision without hearing is issued in accordance with section 358-6.2 of this Part, the documents submitted by the appellant and the social services agency constitute the complete and exclusive record of the fair hearing.
(b) Review of record.
The exclusive record of the fair hearing is confidential; however, the exclusive record may be examined by either party or their authorized representative at the OAH, or upon request at some other location subject to the approval of the OAH.
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Current through February 15, 2021
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