When either party desires to present testimony by affidavit or by deposition, that
party shall furnish to the hearing officer the date on which the testimony shall be
taken. A copy of the affidavit or the deposition shall be furnished to the opposing party
within 10 days following the taking of any such testimony, and no such testimony shall
be presented at a hearing until the opposite party has had at least 10 days prior
to the date upon which the testimony is to be presented to the hearing officer to
rebut such testimony by affidavit or deposition or to submit interrogatories to the
affiant or deponent to be answered under oath. Such 10 day period, for good cause shown, may be extended by the hearing officer.
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