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SECTION 226
Persons aggrieved; right to hearing; rehearing; appeals
Transportation (TRA) CHAPTER 61-A, ARTICLE 10
§ 226. Persons aggrieved; right to hearing; rehearing; appeals. Any
person aggrieved by any order or decision provided for in this article,
or made pursuant thereto, and who was a party to such proceeding, may
within thirty days after the service of such order or decision, apply
for a hearing on the subject matter thereof or, in case a hearing was
had prior to the making of any such order or decision, for a rehearing
thereon upon notice and such hearing or rehearing shall be granted or
denied by the commissioner within thirty days after the filing of the
application therefor and upon such hearing or rehearing such order or
decision shall be set aside, modified or affirmed. Any person aggrieved
by any order or decision provided for in this article, or made pursuant
thereto, and who was a party to such proceeding, may within sixty days
after the service of such decision or order appeal therefrom to the
appellate division of the supreme court in the department in which such
grade crossing is located, and to the court of appeals, in the same
manner and with like effect as is provided in the case of appeals from
an order of the supreme court.