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New York General Municipal Law Article 14-BB - BUREAUS OF ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUDICATION
380 - Code and Ordinance Violations; Administrative Adjudication.
1. Any municipality having a population of more than three hundred thousand but less than three hundred fifty thousand may adopt a local law establishing...
381 - Director.
a. The head of the bureau shall be the director who shall be the chief administrative law judge of the bureau and shall have all...
382 - Administrative Law Judges.
a. The director shall appoint administrative law judges who shall be attorneys admitted to practice in the state of New York for at least three...
383 - Jurisdiction to Impose Civil Penalties.
a. Such local law may authorize such bureau to (1) conduct proceedings for the adjudication of those code or ordinance violations described in section three...
384 - Commencement of Proceedings; Default Judgments.
a. The bureau shall conduct the proceedings authorized by local law in accordance with this section and with rules promulgated by the director. b. Such...
385 - Administrative Appeals Panel.
a. There shall be one or more administrative appeals panels within the bureau. Each panel shall consist of three administrative law judges. In no event...
386 - Judicial Enforcement.
Any order or subpoena or any final decision or determination rendered by the bureau shall be subject to enforcement by the judiciary in an action...
387 - Restriction on Collateral Use.
Decisions, determinations and orders issued by the bureau shall not be cited, and shall not be considered precedent nor be given any force or effect...
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