Kan. Admin. Regs. § 21-40-11 - Service

(a) Service by the commission. Orders, notices and other documents originating with the commission shall be served by the office of the commission by mail, except when service by another method shall be specifically designated by the commission, by mailing a copy thereof to the person to be served, addressed to the person or persons designated in the initial pleading or submittal at the person's principal office or place of business. When service is not accomplished by mail, it may be effected in person or as otherwise ordered by any one duly authorized by the commission.
(b) Service by a participant. All pleadings, submittals, briefs and other documents, filed in proceedings when filed or tendered to the commission for filing, shall be served upon all participants in the proceeding. Such service shall be made by delivering in person or by mailing, properly addressed with postage prepaid, the requisite number of copies to each participant.
(c) Effect of service upon an attorney. When any participant has appeared by attorney, service upon such attorney shall be deemed service upon the participant and separate service on the party may be omitted.
(d) Date of service. The date of service shall be the day when the document served is deposited in the United States mail, or is delivered in person, as the case may be.
(e) Proof of service. There shall accompany and be attached to the original of each pleading, submittal or other document filed with an agency when service is required to be made by the parties, a certificate of service.


Kan. Admin. Regs. § 21-40-11
Authorized by K.S.A. 1974 Supp. 44-1003, 44-1004; effective, E-74-14, Dec. 28, 1973; effective May 1, 1975.

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