Goto Section: 1.224 | 1.227 | Table of Contents
Revised as of October 1, 2014
Goto Year:2013 |
§ 1.225 Participation by non-parties; consideration of communications.
(a) Any person who wishes to appear and give evidence on any matter and
who so advises the Secretary, will be notified by the Secretary if that
matter is designated for hearing. In the case of requests bearing more
than one signature, notice of hearing will be given to the person first
signing unless the request indicates that such notice should be sent to
someone other than such person.
(b) No person shall be precluded from giving any relevant, material,
and competent testimony at a hearing because he lacks a sufficient
interest to justify his intervention as a party in the matter.
(c) When a hearing is held, no communication will be considered in
determining the merits of any matter unless it has been received into
evidence. The admissibility of any communication shall be governed by
the applicable rules of evidence, and no communication shall be
admissible on the basis of a stipulation unless Commission counsel as
well as counsel for all of the parties shall join in such stipulation.
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Goto Section: 1.224 | 1.227
Goto Year: 2013 |
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