(1) Any person or entity may petition the
agency for permission to participate in the proceeding as a party.
The petition for intervention shall be in
writing and shall contain:
(a) The rule or
statute that may apply to the person, property, or state of facts;
(b) A statement of facts sufficient to show
the intervenor's interest;
statement that the intervenor accepts the petitioner's statement of facts for
purposes of the declaratory ruling;
(d) All propositions of law or contentions
asserted by the intervenor;
statement that the intervenor accepts the petitioner's statement of the
questions presented or a statement of the questions presented by the
(f) A statement of the
specific relief requested.
(3) The agency may, in its discretion, invite
any person or entity to file a petition for intervention.
(4) The agency, in its discretion, may grant
or deny any petition for intervention. If a petition for intervention is
granted, the status of the intervenor(s) shall be the same as that of an
original petitioner, i.e. the declaratory ruling, if any, issued by the agency
shall be binding between the intervenor and the agency on the facts stated in
the petition, subject to review as provided in ORS
(5) The decision to grant or deny a petition
for intervention shall be in writing and shall be served on all
Or. Admin. R.
JD 5-1989, f. 10-5-89,
cert. ef. 10-15-89; JD 6-1995, f. 8-25-95, cert. ef.
Stat. Auth.: ORS
Stats. Implemented: ORS