Monday, July 3, 2017

NJAC 1:1-14.9 Orders; preparation of orders

1:1-14.9 Orders; preparation of orders

   (a) Any resolution which does not completely conclude the case shall be by order. Orders may be rendered in writing or orally on the record by the judge.

(b) Unless such review is precluded by law, all judges' orders are reviewable by an agency head in accordance with N.J.A.C. 1:1-14.10 or when rendering a final decision under N.J.A.C. 1:1-18.6.

(c) Orders may be prepared by a party at the direction of a judge. When prepared by a party, the order shall be filed with the judge and served on all parties who may within five days after service object to the form of the order by writing to the judge with a copy to all parties. Upon objection to the form of the order, the judge, without oral argument or any further proceedings, may settle the form of the order either by preparing a new order or by modifying the proposed order. After signing the order, the judge shall cause the order to be served upon the parties.

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