Who can request a hearing?
  • Anyone can request a hearing, however, Hearing Notice will be sent to owner of property or person cited, if different.
  • Written notarized consent is required for representative to appear at a hearing. Refer to Hearing Notice for further information. Authorization form is contained at bottom of Hearing Notice.

For instance, if tenant requests a hearing, property owner will be notified of hearing date and will have to give written notarized consent to tenant to appear. For more information, please call the Bureau of Administrative Adjudication at 716-851-4046.

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1. Where do I send hearing request?
2. Can hearing request be made by phone?
3. When is my hearing request due to avoid late penalties?
4. I requested a hearing, why did I receive a notice?
5. I requested a hearing, buy have not heard anything yet. Why?
6. Who can request a hearing?
7. Can I reschedule my hearing?
8. Can I cancel my hearing and make payment instead?
9. I received a Notice of Failure to Appear at my hearing, what do I do now?
10. What if I cannot afford to prepay the fine amount to appeal?
11. What if I cannot afford to pay the fine amount by the due date on the Hearing Disposition?