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Chapter 246-10 WAC

Last Update: 1/9/14

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE—ADJUDICATIVE PROCEEDINGS

WAC Sections

SECTION I
PRELIMINARY MATTERS
Application of chapter.
Definitions.
Signature authority.
Appearance of parties.
Computation of time.
Notarization, certification, and authentication.
Persons who may request adjudicative proceedings.
Representation.
Service and filing.
Jurisdiction.
Telephone proceedings.
Hearing location.
Good faith requirement.
Public records.
Expenses and witness fees.
Immunity.
Official notice and agency expertise.
Sanctions.
Intervention.
Form of pleadings and orders.
Notice to limited-English-speaking parties.
Interpreters.
Subpoenas.
Preliminary requirements.
SECTION II
INITIATING ACTIONS
Form and content of initiating documents.
Amendment of initiating documents.
Request for adjudicative proceeding.
Default.
Scheduling orders.
SECTION III
EMERGENCY ADJUDICATIVE PROCEEDINGS
Conduct of emergency adjudicative proceedings.
Effect of summary action.
Form and content of summary actions.
Adjudicative proceedings upon summary action.
Opportunity for prompt adjudicative proceeding.
Proceedings prior to prompt adjudicative proceeding.
Show cause hearing.
SECTION IV
SETTLEMENT AND PREHEARING PROCEEDINGS
Settlement conference.
Discovery.
Motions.
Prehearing conference.
Protective orders.
SECTION V
BRIEF ADJUDICATIVE PROCEEDINGS
Application of brief adjudicative proceedings.
Preliminary record in brief adjudicative proceedings.
Conduct of brief adjudicative proceedings.
Effectiveness of orders on brief adjudicative proceedings.
Agency record in brief proceedings.
SECTION VI
HEARING
Notice of adjudicative proceeding.
Conduct of adjudicative proceeding.
Evidence.
Proposed order.
Issuance of final order.
Standard of proof.
Consolidated proceedings.
Initial order.
SECTION VII
POSTHEARING PROCESS
Appeal from initial order and initial order becoming a final order.
Final orders.
Stay of final orders.
Reconsideration of final orders.
Agency record of adjudicative proceedings.
Judicial review.
Vacating an order for reason of default or withdrawal.