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Reconsideration of a Denied Applicant

TITLE 16. Professional and Vocational Regulations
DIVISION 1. Board of Accountancy Regulations

ARTICLE 6 - Peer Review

§ 48.4. Reconsideration of a Denied Applicant.

(a) An applicant pursuant to Section 48.2 whose peer review program has been denied by the Board may request an informal hearing of such action to the Board. The request for an informal hearing shall be filed within six months of the denial or the mailing of written notification, whichever is later. The appeal shall contain the following information:
(1) The name and business address of the provider making the appeal.
(2) The action being appealed and the date of any written notification by the Board.
(3) A summary of the basis for the request for an informal hearing, including any information which the provider believes was not given adequate consideration by the Board.
(b) The Board will consider only requests based on information previously submitted. If the provider submits for reconsideration additional evidence or information not previously submitted to the Board, such additional information should be submitted directly to the Peer Review Oversight Committee with the request that its previous recommendation be reconsidered. A request based on evidence or information not previously submitted to the Board will be referred by the Board to the Peer Review Oversight Committee for further consideration.

NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 5010, 5076 and 5076.1, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Sections 5076 and 5076.1, Business and Professions Code.


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