9VAC25-230-100. Formal hearings.
A formal hearing is a public proceeding for the taking of evidence, held under § 9-6.14:12 of the Code of Virginia, and under this chapter. A formal hearing may be held to consider appeals from certain actions of the board or the executive secretary taken without a formal hearing, as provided by § 62.1-44.25 of the Code of Virginia, and may also be held for other purposes, and must be held prior to the issuance of a special order under § 62.1-44.15(8) of the Code of Virginia, unless the owner consents to the issuance of a special order without a hearing.
Derived from VR680-31-01 § 1.20, eff. June 10, 1980.