NY State Administrative Procedures Act (SAPA)

The NY State Administrative Procedures Act (SAPA) defines the obligations and procedures of New York State agencies in the development of rules and regulations as well as how an agency conducts hearings and proceedings before the agency. An agency failure to follow SAPA in the rulemaking process, or in conducting its proceedings may form the basis of an appeal.

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The complete NY State Administrative Procedures Act (SAPA) (85k).

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