A. Upon the conclusion of any hearing, or prior thereto with concurrence of the parties, the administrative law judge shall promptly and not later than thirty days after the matter is submitted for decision determine the matter and make an award in accordance with his determination.
B. In the event of the demise, resignation, retirement, termination of employment, or other incapacitation of the presiding administrative law judge, the award shall be determined by the chief administrative law judge or his appointee.
C. The award shall become a part of the commission file. A copy of the award shall be sent forthwith by mail to all parties in interest.
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