Arizona Revised Statutes § 49-492 Petition For Conditional Order; Publication; Public Hearing

49-492. Petition for conditional order; publication; public hearing

A. A person who seeks a conditional order shall file a petition with the control officer.

B. If the issuance of the conditional order requires a public hearing, the control officer shall set a hearing date within thirty days after the filing of the petition. The hearing date shall be within sixty days after the filing of the petition.

C. Notice of the filing of a petition for a conditional order and of the hearing date on said petition shall be published in the manner provided in section 49-498. The notice shall state that any person may submit comments on the petition. A written comment shall state the name of the person and the person's agent or attorney and shall clearly set forth reasons why the petition should or should not be granted. Grounds for comment shall be limited to whether the petition meets the criteria for issuance of a conditional order prescribed in section 49-491.

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