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Section 5525.07 | Notification of final action - prequalification review board.


All applicants for qualification shall be promptly notified by the director of transportation of the director's final action on their applications. Any applicant, other than one who has been debarred, aggrieved by the decision of the director may file a new application at any time for qualification or, within ten days after receiving notification of such decision, the applicant may request, in writing, a reconsideration of the application by a prequalification review board, which the director shall create within the department of transportation with the request for reconsideration, the applicant shall submit additional evidence bearing on the applicant's qualifications. The review board shall consider the matter and either may adhere to or modify the director's previous decision. The review board shall act upon any request for reconsideration within fifteen days after the hearing and shall notify the applicant of the action taken. Upon being notified of the final action of the review board upon reconsideration, any applicant that is still aggrieved by the decision, within ten days after receiving notification of the decision, may take an appeal therefrom to the court of common pleas of Franklin county. The appeal shall be perfected by the filing of a bond with the clerk of the court of common pleas in an amount determined by the clerk, conditioned for payment by the appellant of the costs of the appeal in case the decision of the review board is sustained, and by causing a summons to be served upon the review board as in other civil actions involving the department. The grounds of appeal shall be fraud or abuse of discretion by the review board. The court shall hear the evidence offered by the appellant and by the review board, and if it finds there was neither fraud nor abuse of discretion, it shall dismiss the appeal; otherwise it may make the order with respect to qualification which it finds should have been made by the review board.

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