46-255. Verified complaints; filing with commission; conditions; transmittal of copy to respondent. Any individual, including any member of the commission, may file with the commission a verified complaint in writing stating the name of any person to whom or which this act applies alleged to have violated any provision of this act, and which shall set forth the particulars thereof. If a member of the commission files a complaint, he must disqualify himself from the commission consideration of that complaint. Whenever a complaint is filed with the commission, the commission shall promptly send a copy thereof to the person complained of, who shall thereafter be designated as the respondent. No complaint alleging a violation of section 31 [*] may be filed with the commission after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date upon which the alleged violation occurred.
History: L. 1974, ch. 353, § 41; March 28.
* Section 46-245 now repealed.
Attorney General's Opinions:
Application of statutes of limitation to functions of the commission; functions governmental in nature. 98-16.