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§31A-7-14 Hearings; judicial review.

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§31A-7-14.Hearings; judicial review. Except to the extent another provision of this article expressly authorizes a person to directly take action in a court of competent jurisdiction, any person who is adversely affected by any whole or partial rejection of a claim provided for in section thirteen of this article or by any other order, demand, action, refusal, failure to act, denial or requirement of the receiver under the provisions of this article for the financial institution with which such person is involved and any person who is adversely affected by any order, demand, action, refusal, failure to act, denial or requirement of the commissioner (other than the promulgation of any rules and regulations, which shall be done in accordance with the pertinent provisions of chapter twenty-nine-a of this code) under the provisions of this article is entitled to a hearing thereupon before a hearing examiner appointed by the commissioner for such purpose. Any such hearing shall be conducted and decided by the hearing examiner in the time and manner provided for the hearing of contested cases in article five, chapter twenty-nine-a of this code, and judicial review of the hearing examiner's decision may be had in the time and manner provided for judicial review of contested cases in section four of said article five and in article six of said chapter twenty-nine-a. Each hearing examiner appointed under this section shall be qualified to act as such by reason of his training, education or experience, but a stockholder, creditor, depositor or other person affiliated in any way, directly or indirectly, with the involved financial institution may not be a hearing examiner.All costs and expenses of any such hearing and any judicial review thereof shall be paid as part of the expenses of administration of a receivership as provided for in section twelve of this article.
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  • §31A-7-14. Hearings; judicial review.
    Except to the extent another provision of this article expressly authorizes a person to directly take action in a court of competent jurisdiction, any person who is adversely affected by any whole or partial rejection of a claim provided for in section thirteen of this article or by any other order, demand, action, refusal, failure to act, denial or requirement of the receiver under the provisions of this article for the financial institution with which such person is involved and any person who is adversely affected by any order, demand, action, refusal, failure to act, denial or requirement of the commissioner (other than the promulgation of any rules and regulations, which shall be done in accordance with the pertinent provisions of chapter twenty-nine-a of this code) under the provisions of this article is entitled to a hearing thereupon before a hearing examiner appointed by the commissioner for such purpose. Any such hearing shall be conducted and decided by the hearing examiner in the time and manner provided for the hearing of contested cases in article five, chapter twenty-nine-a of this code, and judicial review of the hearing examiner's decision may be had in the time and manner provided for judicial review of contested cases in section four of said article five and in article six of said chapter twenty-nine-a. Each hearing examiner appointed under this section shall be qualified to act as such by reason of his training, education or experience, but a stockholder, creditor, depositor or other person affiliated in any way, directly or indirectly, with the involved financial institution may not be a hearing examiner. All costs and expenses of any such hearing and any judicial review thereof shall be paid as part of the expenses of administration of a receivership as provided for in section twelve of this article.

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