I requested a hearing, why did I receive a notice?
  • Copy of summons is automatically sent to the respondent and/or owner of property. Hearing requests are processed after the summons is entered into our system and mailed to the respondent and/or owner.
  • Hearing request crossed in the mail with your late notice. Allow two to three weeks to process hearing request. If your hearing request was made timely, late fees will be removed when we process your hearing request based on the post marked date of your hearing request.
  • Hearing request did not reach our office. If more than two weeks have elapsed since you requested a hearing and you recieved a late notice, contact our office at 716-851-4046.


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?