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  208.075.  Mental or physical examination may be required — evidence admissible at appeal hearing. — 1.  When an application is made for aid to dependent children or aid to the permanently and totally disabled benefits because of the physical or mental condition of a person the family support division shall require the person to be examined by competent medical or other appropriate authority designated by the family support division.  If benefits are paid because of the physical or mental condition of a person the family support division may, as often as it deems necessary, require such person to be reexamined by competent medical or other appropriate authority designated by the family support division.  Written reports of examinations and reexaminations shall be required and evaluated by the family support division in determining eligibility to receive benefits or to continue to receive benefits.

  2.  In any appeal hearing as provided for by section 208.080 and the question at issue involves the physical or mental incapacity of a person, regardless of whether assistance has been denied or a recipient has been removed from the assistance rolls, the written reports of the examination or reexamination made by competent medical or other appropriate authority designated by the family support division, and any written medical reports by other physicians or clinics submitted by claimant, are hereby declared to be competent evidence and admissible as such at the appeal hearing to be considered by the director with any other evidence submitted.  Any written medical report purporting to be executed and signed by the medical or other appropriate authority, its agents, or employees shall be prima facie evidence of it being properly executed and signed without further proof of identification.

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(L. 1963 p. 380 § 208.052, A.L. 2014 H.B. 1299 Revision)


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