Delaware Laws - Title 24 Professions and Occupations
Subchapter III. License -- Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration

Sec. 1829. Hearing procedures. (5565)(1-click HTML)

(a) If a complaint alleging that a licensee has violated Sec. 1827 of this title is filed with the Division pursuant to Sec. 8735(h) of Title 29, the Board shall set a time and place to conduct a hearing on the complaint. The Division shall give notice of the hearing and the Board shall conduct the hearing in accordance with the Administrative Procedures Act, Chapter 101 of Title 29. (5566)

(b) A hearing conducted pursuant to this section is informal, without the use of the Delaware Rules of Evidence. If the Board decides by the affirmative votes of 5 or more members that a licensee has violated Sec. 1827 of this title, the Board may take any action permitted under this chapter that the Board considers reasonable. The Board's decision must be in writing and must include the reasons for the decision. The Board shall immediately mail its decision to the licensee or personally serve the licensee with the decision. (5567)

(c) If a licensee disagrees with the decision of the Board, the licensee may appeal the Board's decision to the Superior Court within 30 days of the postmarked date of the copy of the decision mailed to that licensee, or within 30 days of personal service. Upon appeal, the Court shall review the evidence on the record A stay pending review may be granted by the Court in accordance with Sec. 10144 of Title 29. (5568)

(75 Del. Laws, c. 296, Sec. 1; 70 Del. Laws, c. 186, Sec. 1.) (5569)


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