A reasonable opportunity for a fair hearing shall be promptly afforded all interested
parties. An appeal tribunal shall inquire into and develop all facts bearing on the issues
and shall receive and consider evidence without regard to statutory and common law
rules. The board of review shall adopt regulations governing the manner of filing appeals
and the conduct of hearings and appeals, consistent with the provisions of chapters
42 - 44 of this title. A record shall be kept of all testimony and proceedings in an appeal, but testimony
need not be transcribed unless further review is initiated.
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