5. Time Limitations
- Time limitations that are specified in the preceding sections of this code may be extended for a reasonable period of time if an extension is justified by good cause under the totality of the circumstances.
- An interested party to a proceeding may make a request for an extension of a specific time limitation.
- A request for an extension must be submitted in writing to the person conducting the proceeding or the presiding officer of the commission hearing the matter.
- If a time limitation is not specified for a particular action or proceeding under this code, the action or proceeding must be taken or conducted promptly or within a reasonable period of time as determined from a consideration of the totality of the circumstances.
- An interested party to a proceeding may make an appropriate objection concerning the promptness or reasonableness of the time within which an action is taken or a proceeding is conducted.
- An objection must be made to the person conducting the proceeding or the presiding officer of the commission hearing the matter.
- Any interested party to a proceeding may appeal a decision concerning an objection or request concerning a time limitation.
- The appeal must be taken to the person or body that is authorized under this code to consider any other appeal from the person or body making the decision concerning the time limitation
- The decision concerning the appeal is a final decision and is not subject to a further appeal.