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Section 4715.039 | Oral arguments; final decision; appeal.


Prior to the state dental board's decision of a case, the board shall allow the parties or their counsel an opportunity to present oral arguments on the proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law issued by the hearing referee or examiner under section 4715.038 of the Revised Code. Not later than sixty days following the board's receipt of the proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law, or a date mutually agreed to by the board and the applicant for or holder of a certificate or license issued under this chapter, the board shall render a decision. The decision shall be in writing and contain findings of fact and conclusions of law.

Copies of the board's decision shall be delivered to the applicant, licensee, or certificate holder personally or by certified mail. The board's decision shall be considered final on the date personal delivery of the decision is made or the date the decision is mailed.

An individual may appeal a decision by the board in accordance with the procedure specified in Chapter 119. of the Revised Code.

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