10-21-320  Default.
   (a)   If at the time set for a hearing the respondent or his attorney of record fails to appear, the Administrative Law Officer shall find the respondent in default, terminate the proceedings, and revert to the determination of the Director, unless either (1) prior to the hearing, a respondent and the City have agreed to continue the matter and that continuance is met with the approval of the Administrative Law Officer, or (2) the Administrative Law Officer finds that the respondent was not provided with proper notice of the hearing. A copy of the order of default shall be served in any manner permitted by Section 10-21-280(c).
   (b)   A respondent who is found to be in default may petition the Administrative Law Officer to set aside the order of default and set a new hearing date in accordance with Section 10-21-330.
(Added Coun. J. 11-16-16, p. 37901, Art. VI, § 3; Amend Coun. J. 9-14-21, p. 35804, § 1)