Hawaii Administrative Rules
Title 21 - LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES
Chapter 5 - STATE ETHICS COMMISSION INVESTIGATIONS, CHARGES, CONTESTED CASES, AND SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS
Section 21-5-6.5 - Motions

Universal Citation: HI Admin Rules 21-5-6.5

Current through June, 2022

(a) All motions other than those made during a hearing shall be made in writing, shall state the relief sought, and shall be accompanied by an affidavit, or declaration, or memorandum setting forth the grounds upon which the motions are based. The presiding officer shall set the time for filing all motions and opposing memoranda, if any.

(b) Copies of all motions, affidavits, declarations, and memoranda shall be served on all other parties to the hearing within the time set by the presiding officer. The original shall be filed with the commission with a certificate of service.

(c) Failure to serve or file an affidavit, declaration, or memorandum in opposition to a motion or failure to appear at the hearing on the motion, if held, shall be deemed a waiver of objection to the granting or denying of the motion unless otherwise ordered by the commission.

[Eff 11/28/2020] (Auth: HRS § 84-31(a)(5), 91-2, 97-6(a)(5)) (Imp: HRS §§ 84-31, 9T-2, 91-7, 97-6)

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