Local Agency Law Practice and Procedure

2 Pa CS 551 Scope of subchapter This subchapter shall apply to all local agencies. HISTORY: 4-28-78, Act 53, § 5 (PL 202), eff. 6-27-78

2 Pa CS 552 Representation Any party may be represented before a local agency. HISTORY: 4-28-78, Act 53, § 5 (PL 202), eff. 6-27-78

2 Pa CS 553 Hearing and record No adjudication of a local agency shall be valid as to any party unless he shall have been afforded reasonable notice of a hearing and an opportunity to be heard. All testimony may be stenographically recorded and a full and complete record may be kept of the proceedings. In the event all testimony is not stenographically recorded and a full and complete record of the proceedings is not provided by the local agency, such testimony shall be stenographically recorded and a full and complete record of the proceedings shall be kept at the request of any party agreeing to pay the costs thereof. HISTORY: 4-28-78, Act 53, § 5 (PL 202), eff. 6-27-78 18 D&C(3d) 416 ( 1981), Miller v Quakertown School Dist.

2 Pa CS 554 Evidence and cross-examination Local agencies shall not be bound by technical rules of evidence at agency hearings, and all relevant evidence of reasonably probative value may be received. Reasonable examination and cross- examination shall be permitted. HISTORY: 4-28-78, Act 53, § 5 (PL 202), eff. 6-27-78

2 Pa CS 555 Contents and service of adjudications All adjudications of a local agency shall be in writing, shall contain findings and the reasons for the adjudication, and shall be served upon all parties or their counsel personally, or by mail. HISTORY: 4-28-78, Act 53, § 5 (PL 202), eff. 6-27-78

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