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PDFWAC 456-10-510


(1) Any request for an order, ruling, or a request for relief is considered a motion. Every motion, unless made during a hearing, must be in writing and include the following:
(a) A statement of the relief or order sought;
(b) The basis for the relief or order;
(c) A statement that the moving party has made a good faith effort to meet and confer with the other party or parties to resolve the subject matter of the motion;
(d) A statement whether oral argument is requested, and if so, how much time is sought. Motions for summary judgment and motions to dismiss will receive approximately 10 minutes per side; and
(e) Proof of service according to WAC 456-10-410.
(2) All motions must be properly captioned, contain the docket number assigned by the board, and be signed by the party, their attorney or their representative.
(3) At the discretion of the board, the hearing on a motion may be held in person, by phone, video, or by other electronic means.
(4) Any response to the motion must be submitted to the board and opposing parties within 14 calendar days of the date the motion was served on the responding party together with proof of service pursuant to WAC 456-10-410. Responses are strongly encouraged, but not required.
(5) Replies are not permitted, absent prior permission of the board. If permitted, the reply must be filed within five calendar days of the board's receipt of the response. A reply is limited to addressing the facts and arguments presented in the response.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 82.03.170. WSR 22-13-111, § 456-10-510, filed 6/15/22, effective 7/16/22; WSR 05-13-141, § 456-10-510, filed 6/21/05, effective 8/1/05; WSR 95-05-032 (Order 95-02), § 456-10-510, filed 2/8/95, effective 3/11/95; WSR 89-10-057 (Order 89-03), § 456-10-510, filed 5/2/89.]
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