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WAC 16-08-144

Brief adjudicative proceedingsProcedure.

(1) Brief adjudicative proceedings shall be conducted by a presiding officer designated by the director in accordance with WAC 16-08-021.
(2) The parties or their representatives may present written documentation in addition to the request for hearing. The presiding officer for brief adjudicative proceedings shall designate the date by which written documents must be submitted by the parties.
(3) The presiding officer may hear oral argument from the parties or their representatives if the presiding officer believes the statement will help in reaching a decision. If a party to a brief adjudicative proceeding desires to make an oral statement, a request shall be included in the application for the brief adjudicative proceeding. If the request is granted, the presiding officer will designate the time and place for taking oral statements and notify the parties.
(4) The parties may not call witnesses to testify.
(5) If a party fails to appear at the designated time and place for taking oral statements, the presiding officer shall take the oral statement of any party present and shall consider it and all written submissions.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.17.060 and chapter 34.05 RCW. WSR 17-13-125, § 16-08-144, filed 6/21/17, effective 7/22/17.]
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