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(a) At the hearing, the hearing officer shall hear the arguments of the claimant, the officer disallowing the payment, the officer approving the voucher, and any other interested party.
(b) The hearing officer may hear witnesses on a question of fact involved. These witnesses must be placed under oath before testifying. Both parties to the hearing may present witnesses. The hearing officer may request the testimony of additional witnesses.
(c) The hearing officer may authorize the deposition of an absent witness to be taken.
(d) Witnesses testifying at the hearing and testifying at a deposition must be informed that false testimony is perjury.
(e) Proceedings at the hearing must be electronically recorded. A transcript will be prepared if requested by a party to the action. The party requesting the transcript will be billed the cost of transcribing the recording.
History: Eff. 12/2/78, Register 68
Authority: AS 44.77.040
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