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What happens after a petition for review is filed?
After a licensee files a petition for review, which appeals the agency/board’s decision, the agency or board will transmit to the court the original or certified copy of the ‘official record’ of the contested case that shall be reviewed. Now, the record may be shortened, but both parties have to stipulate to the shortening of the record first. However, it may be recommended to stipulate to the record because if a party unreasonably does not then the court may tax additional cost to the refusing party. The petitioner must serve all parties of record to the administrative proceedings by personal service or certified mail under NCGS §150B-46.
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This information applies to All Counties in North Carolina.