Complaint for Superintending Control
Contesting Agency Action in Court
When a state agency refuses on its own to comply with its duties (i.e., make an eligibility determination or conduct a hearing and provide a final determination) you can file a Complaint for Superintending Control in Circuit Court pursuant to MCR 3.302.
This will require the filing of certain legal documents, the payment of the statutory fee, and a hearing before a circuit court judge.
If you or your business has been aggrieved by an agency action and need to compel it to follow the law, we can help. Give us a call and speak with a qualified attorney about your case.
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