19-7-9 Briefs. Upon application to the pre-
siding member, any party may as a matter of right
file briefs. The presiding member shall set limits
on the length of briefs, fix the time for the filing
and service of briefs and set the order in which
such briefs shall be filed, giving due regard to the
nature of the proceeding, the magnitude of the
record, and the complexity or importance of the
issues involved. Briefs shall contain, where appli-
cable: (1) a concise statement of the case; (2) an
abstract of the evidence relied upon by the par-
ticipant filing, preferably assembled by subjects,
with references to the pages of the record or ex-
hibits where the evidence appears; and (3) pro-
posed findings and conclusions and, if desired, a
proposed form of order together with the reasons
and authorities therefore, separately stated. (Au-
thorized by K.S.A. 1976 Supp. 25-4119a, 46-253;
effective, E-76-52, Oct. 24, 1975; effective, E-77-
20, May 1, 1976; effective Feb. 15, 1977.)