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Chapter 2. California Apprenticeship Council
Article 10. Required Apprentices On Public Works Contract
Subchapter 1. Apprenticeship
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§232.05. Authority of Hearing Officers.

(a) In any proceeding assigned for hearing and decision under the provisions of Labor Code section 1777.7, the appointed Hearing Officer shall have full power, jurisdiction and authority to hold a hearing and ascertain facts for the information of the Administrator, to hold a prehearing conference, to issue a subpoena and subpoena duces tecum for the attendance of a Person and the production of testimony, books, documents, or other things, to compel the attendance of a Person residing anywhere in the state, to certify official acts, to regulate the course of a hearing, to grant a withdrawal, disposition or amendment, to order a continuance, to approve a stipulation voluntarily entered into by the Parties, to administer oaths and affirmations, to rule on objections, privileges, defenses, and the receipt of relevant and material evidence, to call and examine a Party or witness and introduce into the hearing record documentary or other evidence, to request a Party at any time to state the respective position or supporting theory concerning any fact or issue in the proceeding, to extend the submittal date of any proceeding, to exercise such other and additional authority as is delegated to Hearing Officers under these Rules or by an express written delegation by the Administrator, and to prepare a recommended decision, including a notice of findings, findings, and an order for approval by the Administrator.

(b) There shall be no right of appeal to or review by the Administrator of any decision, order, act, or refusal to act by an appointed Hearing Officer other than through the Administrator's review of the record in issuing or reconsidering a written decision under Rules 60 [Section 232.60] and 61 [Section 232.61] below.


Authority cited: Section 1777.7, Labor Code; and Section 11400.20, Government Code. Reference: Section 1777.7, Labor Code; and Sections 11405.80, 11450.05, 11450.10, 11450.20 and 11450.30, Government Code.


1. New section filed 7-29-2004; operative 8-28-2004 (Register 2004, No. 31).

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