(a) Any person desiring to request an administrative hearing on a determination referred
to in § 500.210 shall make such request in writing to the official who issued the determination,
at the Wage and Hour Division address appearing on the determination notice. Such request must be made no later than thirty (30) days after the date of issuance
of the notice referred to in § 500.210.
(b) The request for such hearing shall be delivered in person or by mail to the Wage
and Hour Division office at the address appearing on the determination notice upon
which the request for a hearing is based, within the time set forth in paragraph (a)
of this section. For the affected person's protection, if the request is by mail, it should be by
(c) No particular form is prescribed for any request for hearing permitted by this part. However, any such request shall:
(1) Be typewritten or legibly written on size 8 1/2 ″ x 11″ paper;
(2) Specify the issue or issues stated in the notice of determination giving rise to
(3) State the specific reason or reasons why the person requesting the hearing believes
such determination is in error;
(4) Be signed by the person making the request or by an authorized representative of
such person; and
(5) Include the address at which such person or authorized representative desires to
receive further communications relating thereto.
(d) Civil money penalties under FLCRA shall be treated as follows:
(1) Determinations to assess civil money penalties for violations of FLCRA made prior
to April 14, 1983 shall continue until a final administrative determination shall
have been made in accordance with 29 CFR part 40.
(2) Determinations to assess civil money penalties for violations of FLCRA arising prior
to April 14, 1983, made on or after April 14, 1983, shall continue until a final administrative
determination shall have been made in accordance with these regulations.
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