Rule 4501:1-4-15 | Appeals from registrar's order.
(A) When the registrar refuses to issue, renew, or transfer any license, he shall by certified mail, return receipt requested, send to the applicant so refused, notice of such order at the address stated in the application and certify his findings and final order to the board. The notice to the applicant shall set forth the reasons for the registrar's action, refer to the statute or rule directly involved, and state that the applicant has a period of thirty days from the time of mailing of the notice, to file his appeal with the board.
(B) Such appeal must be by petition in writing and verified under oath by the applicant. The petition in appeal must set forth the reasons for such appeal and the reason why the order of the registrar is in error. The original and at least one copy shall be filed with the secretary or acting secretary of the board.
(C) After receipt of such petition in appeal, the secretary or acting secretary of the board shall by certified mail, return receipt requested, at least fifteen days prior to the date of such hearing, send a notice of hearing to the appellant. Such notice shall contain the date, time and place of hearing of the appeal.
(D) All the rules of practice and procedure as prescribed in Chapter 119. of the Revised Code pertaining to date, time and place of hearing continuances, stenographic record, hearing procedure, evidence, briefs and decision of the board shall apply to hearing on appeal from the registrar's order in the same manner as other hearings before the board.