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    Chapter 5: New Jersey Racing Commission, powers, duties; definitons.

      Section: 5:5-52: Hearing on revocation or refusal of permits or licenses; when revocation or suspension effective

           Such person feeling aggrieved may within three days after service of such notice of the action of the commission request a hearing by petition in writing, which hearing shall be held within four days after such petition has been served upon the chairman or secretary of the commission. In case of a revocation of a permit for a horse race meeting, it shall not be deemed to be in effect until after such hearing shall have taken place and the commission shall have affirmed its order of revocation; provided, however, a license of any pari-mutuel employee and all horse owners, riders, agents, trainers, stewards, timers, judges, grooms, and others, acting in any capacity in connection with the training of the horses or the actual running of the horse races in any such horse race meeting may be suspended pending such hearing by one or more of the members of the commission for violation of any provision of this act or of any rule or regulation of the commission.

L.1940, c. 17, p. 82, s. 32.

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