33-1-701. Hearings -- discretion -- written demand. (1) The commissioner may hold hearings for any purpose within the scope of this code deemed by him to be necessary.
(2) The commissioner shall hold a hearing if required by any provision or upon written demand therefor by a person aggrieved by any act, threatened act, or failure of the commissioner to act or by any report, rule, or order of the commissioner, other than an order for the holding of a hearing or an order on hearing or pursuant thereto. Any such demand shall specify the grounds to be relied upon as a basis for the relief to be demanded at the hearing, and unless postponed by mutual consent, such hearing shall be held within 30 days after receipt by the commissioner of demand therefor.
(3) If within such 30-day period the commissioner does not either grant the hearing or issue his order refusing the hearing as to such previous report, rule, or order as to which such person so claims to be aggrieved, then the hearing shall thereby be deemed to have been refused.
History: En. Sec. 39, Ch. 286, L. 1959; R.C.M. 1947, 40-2720.