How does the Tribunal work?
The Entire Tribunal utilizes a formal hearing process to resolve the more complicated appeals filed with the Tribunal. There is formal record maintained of all Entire Tribunal hearings and the parties are typically represented by attorneys. The majority of these hearings are conducted over a 5-day period. The hearings are all held in the Tribunal’s Lansing office where the presiding judge is either a Tribunal member or an administrative law judge.

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