Current through Register Vol. 60, No. 12, December 1, 2021
(1) If a person has
duly filed a written request for a hearing or if, within 10 days after an
acquiring party has filed its completed Form A in accordance with OAR
410-141-5265, the Authority finds that holding a hearing is necessary or
advisable, the Authority shall cause a hearing to be held.
(2) The Authority will determine whether a
hearing is necessary or advisable within 30 days after the acquiring party has
filed its completed Form A. In the event the Authority orders a hearing, the
Authority shall designate the date, time, and place of the hearing, which shall
be held within 30 days of the Authority's order for a hearing. In addition to
any other notice required under this section, at least 20 days before the
hearing the Authority shall notify the person that filed the written request
and the acquiring party of the hearing. At least seven days before the hearing,
one or more of the acquiring parties shall give notice of date, time, and place
of the hearing to those persons the Authority designates. The acquiring party
shall bear the expense of providing the notice.
(3) The hearing must be conducted in
accordance with the provisions for a contested case proceeding under ORS
Or. Admin. R.
60-2019, adopt filed 12/18/2019, effective
Statutory/Other Authority: ORS
414.635 & 414.651
Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS