TITLE 7--AGRICULTURE PART 15_NONDISCRIMINATION--Table of Contents Subpart C_Rules of Practice and Procedure for Hearings, Decisions and Administrative Review Under the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Sec. 15.95 Responsibilities and duties of hearing officer. The hearing officer shall have the duty to conduct a fair hearing, to take all necessary action to avoid delay, and to maintain order. He shall have all powers necessary to these ends, including (but not limited to) the power to: (a) Arrange and issue notice of the date, time and place of hearings, or, upon due notice to the parties, to change the date, time and place of hearings previously set. (b) Hold conferences to settle, simplify, or fix the issues in a proceeding, or to consider other matters that may aid in the expeditious disposition of the proceeding. (c) Require parties and interveners to state their position with respect to the various issues in the proceeding. (d) Administer oaths and affirmations. (e) Rule on motions, and other procedural items on matters pending before him. [[Page 377]] (f) Regulate the course of the hearing and conduct of parties therein. (g) Examine witnesses and direct witnesses to testify. (h) Receive, rule on, exclude or limit evidence. (i) Fix the time for filing motions, petitions, briefs, or other items in matters pending before him. (j) In accordance with his authority issue an initial decision, or recommended findings and proposed decision, or final decision. (k) Take any other action a hearing officer is authorized to take under these rules or subpart A of this part. Motions





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