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

      Section: 5:5-53: Place of hearing; service of notice; continuance; evidence; record of case; counsel

           Such hearing by the commission shall be held at such place in the State of New Jersey as the commission may designate, and any notice herein provided for shall be served by mailing the same postage prepaid by registered mail to the party or parties affected. Any such notice so mailed shall be deemed to have been served on the secular day next following the date of said mailing. The commission may continue such hearing from time to time for the convenience of all parties or for a more thorough investigation and in conducting such hearing shall not be bound by technical rules of evidence, but all evidence offered before the commission shall be reduced to writing and shall, with the petition and exhibits, if any, and the findings of the commission, be permanently preserved, and shall constitute the record of the commission in such case. Any of the parties affected by such hearing may be represented by counsel and shall have the right to introduce evidence.

L.1940, c. 17, p. 83, s. 33.

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