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Administrative Hearings (175959) (access required)

Final Decision: Since the petitioner is not a “person aggrieved,” this case is dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. Masters v. North Carolina Department of Human Resources, Division of Medical Assistance. (Lawyers Weekly No. AH0631- 2 pp.) (West, ALJ) ...

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Administrative Hearings (176156) (access required)

Recommended Decision: The petitioner’s name has been deleted from the tax intercept lists. This case is moot. It is recommended that the petition be dismissed. Futrell v. North Carolina Department of Human Resources, Division of Social Services, Child Support Enforcement. ...

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Administrative Hearings (176202) (access required)

Recommended Decision: That summary judgment be entered for the respondent because there is no genuine issue of material fact and, as a matter of law, the respondent is entitled to intercept and offset the petitioner’s income tax refund in the ...

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Administrative Hearings (176298) (access required)

Recommended Decision: That the respondent’s malt beverage permits be suspended for a period of 15 days, or in lieu thereof the respondent may pay $500 and the last 10 days of said 15 day suspension will be suspended for a ...

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Administrative Hearings (176337) (access required)

Recommended Decision: That summary judgment be entered for the respondent because there is no genuine issue of material fact and, as a matter of law, the respondent is entitled to intercept and offset the petitioner’s income tax refund in the ...

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Administrative Hearings (176426) (access required)

Final Decision: Because the petitioner has not alleged any violation of any statutory provision of the State Personnel Act, Chapter 126, or the rules and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto, there is no subject matter jurisdiction for his appeal and this ...

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Administrative Hearings (176466) (access required)

Recommended Decision: That the respondent enter summary judgment in favor of the petitioner on the issue of whether the respondent deprived the petitioner of her property or acted erroneously by withholding from the refund of her contributions to her retirement ...

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Administrative Hearings (176510) (access required)

Recommended Decision: That summary judgment be entered for the respondent because there is no genuine issue of material fact, and, as a matter of law, the respondent is entitled to intercept and offset the petitioner’s income tax refund in the ...

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