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Minutes of Hearing must be prepared at the conclusion of each hearing and filed in the record. Workers' Compensation Judges are to follow the provisions of Rules of Practice and Procedure Section 10566. Each set of minutes must include a disposition which includes the time and action, if any, required for submissions.
Thereafter, any change in or modification of the disposition must be served on all parties forthwith, together with the statement of the reasons for the change of disposition.
A hearing has not been concluded if the disposition includes an order taking off calendar or an order of continuance for further hearing with or without notice. Continuances and further hearings are governed by Rules of Practice and Procedure Sections 10548 and 10560.
NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 123, 123.5(a) and 133, Labor Code. Reference: Sections 123.5(a) and 5313, Labor Code.
1. Amendment of first paragraph and new Note filed 1-12-99; operative 2-11-99 (Register 99, No. 3).
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