Current through Register Vol. 22-07, April 1, 2022
petitioner, or a moving party when a motion has been filed, shall submit a
brief addressing each legal issue it expects the board to determine. Failure by
such a party to brief an issue shall constitute abandonment of the unbriefed
issue. Briefs shall enumerate and set forth the legal issue(s) as specified in
the prehearing order.
shall be filed according to the requirements and schedule in the prehearing
order or any subsequent order amending the briefing schedule.
(3) Clarity and brevity are expected to
assist the board in meeting its statutorily imposed time limits. A presiding
officer may limit the length of a brief and impose format
(4) A copy of any
development regulation provision cited in the brief shall be included as an
appendix, unless the provision is quoted verbatim in the brief.
(5) Where there is a map in the record that
helps illustrate the material facts, petitioner shall include a copy of that
map as an exhibit to the brief.
Wash. Admin. Code §
21-17-069, Filed 8/12/2021, effective
§ 242-03-590, filed 6/21/11, effective