Vacating an order for reason of default or withdrawal.

(1) A party may petition to vacate a default order entered against that party for failing to attend an adjudicative proceeding requested by that party by:
(a) Specifying the grounds relied upon in the petition; and
(b) Filing the petition at the adjudicative clerk office within seven days of service of the default order.
(2) The presiding officer shall consider the petition and shall:
(a) Grant the motion to vacate and reinstate the application for adjudicative proceeding, and may impose conditions on licensure pending final adjudication; or
(b) Deny the motion to vacate the default order.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.155.040. WSR 97-12-089, § 246-10-707, filed 6/4/97, effective 7/5/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.70.040. WSR 94-04-079, § 246-10-707, filed 1/31/94, effective 3/3/94; WSR 93-13-005 (Order 369), § 246-10-707, filed 6/3/93, effective 7/4/93.]
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