8402. Definitions

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    1. The following terms have the meaning set out when used in Rule 8400:
    2. “application”

      An application that commences a proceeding under Rule 8200 and includes an application for a temporary order or a protective order.

      “commencing notice”

      A notice of hearing, notice of application, notice of motion, notice of prehearing conference and notice of request for review.

      “decision”

      A determination made by a hearing panel.

      “document”

      Includes a record, sound recording, videotape, film, photograph, chart, graph, map, plan, survey, book of account, and information recorded or stored by means of any electronic or other device.

      “electronic hearing”

      A hearing held by conference telephone or another form of electronic technology that allows persons to hear one another.

      “file”

      A file with the National Hearing Officer in accordance with section 8406.

      “oral hearing”

      A hearing at which the parties or their counsel or agents attend before a hearing panel in person.

      “prehearing conference”

      A prehearing conference held pursuant to section 8416.

      “regulatory decision”

      A decision made under sections 9204, 9206 or 9207 or Part B of Rule 4100.

      “requesting party”

      A person who requests a review hearing under sections 8427 or 8430.

      “responding party”

      A person responding to a motion or to a request for a review hearing under sections 8427 or 8430.

      “written hearing”

      A hearing held by means of an exchange of documents, whether in hard copy or by electronic means.

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