Wash. Admin. Code § 308-101-230 - Final orders

(1) Every decision and final order shall:
(a) Be correctly captioned as to the name of the department of licensing and name of the proceeding;
(b) Designate all parties and representatives participating in the proceeding;
(c) Contain a final order disposing of all contested issues; and
(d) Contain a statement describing the right to appeal.
(2) In the event the original hearings examiner is unavailable, the department may assign a case to another hearings examiner to either hear the case if the record has not closed, or in a case where the record is closed, make a determination as to the findings of fact and conclusions of law based on the record submitted.
(3) At any stage prior to commencement of the hearing the department may reassign a matter to a different hearings examiner.
(4) Pursuant to RCW 46.20.308, any commercial driver's license (CDL) holder that requests an administrative hearing to contest a suspension or revocation of their personal driver's license (PDL) and that hearing results in a verdict sustaining the suspension or revocation of the PDL, shall also receive an administrative review of the CDL disqualification under RCW 46.25.090. The administrative review shall be conducted no later than five business days after the final order is entered resolving the administrative sanction on the PDL. The sanctions, suspension, revocation, and/or disqualification of both the PDL and CDL for the same incident shall run concurrently.


Wash. Admin. Code § 308-101-230
Adopted by WSR 18-11-098, Filed 5/21/2018, effective 9/4/2018 Amended by WSR 23-23-087, Filed 11/13/2023, effective 12/14/2023

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