Or. Admin. R. 438-007-0027 - Hearing for Purpose of Own Motion Recommendation

(1) Where the Administrative Law Judge determines that an issue(s) raised by a party is within the Board's Own Motion jurisdiction, the Administrative Law Judge may proceed with a fact-finding hearing or other proceeding that the Administrative Law Judge deems achieves substantial justice (without notifying or requesting permission from the Board prior to going forward with such a fact-finding hearing or other proceeding) for the purpose of providing an unappealable recommendation to the Board regarding the issue(s) within the Board's Own Motion jurisdiction.
(2) If the Administrative Law Judge chooses to proceed with a fact-finding hearing or other proceeding as described in section (1), the Administrative Law Judge shall:
(a) Make findings of fact and conclusions of law regarding the Own Motion issue(s) within the time required to issue any appealable order in the related case issued regarding matters within the Administrative Law Judge's jurisdiction; and
(b) Forward to the Board a separate, unappealable recommendation with respect to the Own Motion issue(s) and a copy of any appealable order in the related case issued regarding matters within the Administrative Law Judge's jurisdiction.

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Or. Admin. R. 438-007-0027
WCB 1-2003, f. 2-21-03, cert. ef. 5-1-03

Stat. Auth.: ORS 656.726(5)

Stats. Implemented: ORS 656.726(5)

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