When the Director is notified of a failure to comply with the terms of a
citation from the licensing authority of a party state, the Director shall
initiate license suspension proceedings in accordance with this
When the Commission
has been notified of any of the conditions under
the Director or Commission may initiate license suspension or revocation
proceedings in accordance with this section.
(3) The person shall be notified in writing
of the Director's or Commission's intention to suspend, revoke, or refuse to
issue, licenses and tags, and shall be provided with an opportunity to request
a hearing within 14 days of the date of mailing.
(4) If at the end of 14 days no response has
been received, a final order shall be issued suspending, revoking or refusing
to issue license privileges and mailed by certified mail to the
(5) If prior to 14 days
from the date of mailing the person submits a request for a hearing, a hearing
will occur. At the discretion of the Department, the case may be reviewed in
writing upon stipulation by the licensee or a hearing may be scheduled before
the administrative law judge.
Following the administrative law judge's review, a proposed order, including
findings of fact and conclusions of law, shall be prepared by the
administrative law judge, served on all parties, and shall be forwarded to the
Director or Commission.
accordance with ORS Chapter 183, the Director or Commission shall provide an
opportunity to all parties to respond in writing within 14 days to the proposed
order of the administrative law judge.
(8) A final order shall be reviewed and
signed by the Director or Commission chair and all parties shall be provided a
copy by certified mail.