Or. Admin. R. 690-002-0190 - Exceptions to Final Orders

(1) Any party to a contested case hearing held pursuant to ORS 537.170 or 537.622 may file exceptions to a final order.
(a) Parties must file their exceptions with the Department at its Salem offices, by any method allowed in the notice of appeal rights provided in the final order.
(b) The party must file any exceptions within 20 days following the date of service of the final order on the parties to the contested case proceeding.
(a) If a party files an exception to a final order, the Department must refer the exceptions to the Commission.
(b) The Commission must consider the party's arguments contained in its exceptions filed pursuant to subsection (a), and may allow and consider oral arguments by all parties to the contested case hearing, prior to issuing a final order on exceptions.
(c) The Commission may form a subcommittee to review the exceptions and provide a report to the Commission.
(3) Where exceptions are timely filed to the final order, within 60 days from the close of the exception period, the Commission must either issue a modified final order or deny the exceptions and affirm the final order.


Or. Admin. R. 690-002-0190
WRD 6-2006, f. & cert. ef. 10-6-06

Stat. Auth.: ORS 183.341, 536.025 & 536.027

Stats. Implemented: ORS 183.341, 537.173 & 537.626

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