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  • 347 (1) The minister or person appointed to conduct the hearing may in the hearing receive any evidence which he or she thinks proper to admit, and may take a view, and may examine on oath any person interested and such witnesses as appear before him or her, and may adjourn the hearing whether or not any of the persons interested are present at the time of the adjournment.
  • (2) At the conclusion of the hearing the person appointed to conduct the hearing must report to the minister the person’s recommendations, together with the evidence and exhibits.

1979-219-347; 2003-66-35.