Section 1415 (c) (2) (E) (i)

    (i) In general

  • A party may amend its due process complaint notice only if—
    • (I) the other party consents in writing to such amendment and is given the opportunity to resolve the complaint through a meeting held pursuant to subsection (f)(1)(B); or
    • (II) the hearing officer grants permission, except that the hearing officer may only grant such permission at any time not later than 5 days before a due process hearing occurs.

    (ii) Applicable timeline

  • The applicable timeline for a due process hearing under this subchapter shall recommence at the time the party files an amended notice, including the timeline under subsection (f)(1)(B).
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    Last modified on November 7, 2019