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(a) The commissioner will, in his discretion, order reconsideration of the decision upon the commissioner's own motion or upon the written request of the debtor or any other party. A request for reconsideration by the debtor or another party must set out specifically the grounds upon which the requesting party believes the decision to be erroneous and, if new evidence is being offered, identify that evidence with particularity and explain how the inclusion of the new evidence in the record would change the decision.
(b) The commissioner may reconsider a matter based on the original record, may accept additional evidence to supplement the original record, or may order the hearing officer to reopen the hearing for the taking of further evidence and issuance of a second proposed decision.
(c) The power to reconsider a decision expires 30 days after the date of the decision. If no action is taken on a request for reconsideration within the time allowed for ordering reconsideration, the request is considered denied.
History: Eff. 11/2/84, Register 92
Authority: AS 16.10.335
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