IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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complaint or fails to participate in the resolution meeting, the parent may seek the intervention of a hearing officer to begin the due process hearing timeline.
(c) Adjustments to 30-day resolution period. The 30- or 45-day timeline adopted by the lead agency under
§303.440(c) for the due process hearing described in
§303.447(a) starts the day after one of the following
(1) Both parties agree in writing to waive the resolution meeting.
(2) After either the mediation or resolution meeting starts but before the end of the 30-day period, the parties agree in writing that no agreement is possible.
(3) If both parties agree in writing to continue the mediation at the end of the 30-day resolution period, but later, the parent or lead agency withdraws from the mediation process.
(d) Written settlement agreement. If a resolution to the dispute is reached at the meeting described in paragraphs (a)(1) and (a)(2) of this section, the parties must execute a legally binding agreement that is--
(1) Signed by both the parent and a representative of the lead agency who has the authority to bind the agency; and