Or. Admin. R. 629-001-0040 - Exceptions to Proposed Orders

(1) In all cases in which the administrative law judge is to issue a proposed order, exceptions by a party or the agency must be filed in the manner and time specified by the administrative law judge, making allowance for any statutory timeline applicable to the proceeding. If no time is specified, exceptions must be filed with the administrative law judge within seven days after the proposed order is issued.
(a) The exceptions shall be confined to factual and legal issues which are essential to the ultimate and just determination of the proceeding, and shall be based only on grounds that:
(A) A necessary finding of fact is omitted, erroneous, or unsupported by the preponderance of the evidence on the record;
(B) A necessary legal conclusion is omitted or is contrary to law or the board's policy; or
(C) Prejudicial procedural error occurred.
(b) The exceptions shall be numbered and shall specify the disputed finding, opinions, or conclusions. The nature of the suggested error shall be specified and the alternative or corrective language provided.
(3) A proposed order will become a final order if no exceptions are filed within the time specified, unless the agency notifies the parties and the administrative law judge that the agency will issue the final order. All proposed orders shall include a statement to this effect.


Or. Admin. R. 629-001-0040
DOF 5-2002, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-02; DOF 2-2004, f. & cert. ef. 2-10-04

Stat. Auth.: ORS 526.016(4), 527.687(3), 527.715

Stats. Implemented: ORS 183.310 -- 183.550

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