Alaska Administrative Code
Title 18 - Environmental Conservation
Chapter 15 - Administrative Procedures
Article 6 - Administrative Appeal Procedures
Section 18 AAC 15.245 - Obligation to submit evidence and raise issues

Universal Citation: 18 AK Admin Code 18 AAC 15.245

Current through December 14, 2023

A party may not submit a factual contention or expert opinion that was not submitted timely to the department before the department's issuance of the contested decision unless the party shows good cause for the failure to submit the item. A party may not raise an issue of fact or question of law that was not raised timely to the department before the department's issuance of the contested decision unless the party shows good cause for the failure to raise each matter. For purposes of this section, grounds upon which a party may show good cause include one or more of the following:

(1) the party could not reasonably have ascertained the issues or made the information available within the time required by this chapter;

(2) the party could not have reasonably anticipated the relevance or materiality of the matter sought to be raised or the information sought to be introduced.

Eff. 7/11/2002, Register 163; am 11/5/2017,Register 224, January 2018

Authority: AS 46.03.020

AS 46.03.100

AS 46.03.110

AS 46.03.320

AS 46.03.330

AS 46.03.720

AS 46.03.730

AS 46.03.880

AS 46.04.030

AS 46.03.890

AS 46.14.120

AS 46.14.150

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