Wash. Admin. Code § 308-12-345 - Brief adjudicative proceedings
(1) The board will conduct brief adjudicative proceedings as provided for in RCW 34.05.482 through 34.05.494 of the Administrative Procedure Act.
(2) Brief adjudicative proceedings may be used to determine the following issues including, but not limited to:
(a) Whether an applicant has satisfied terms for reinstatement of a license after a period of license restriction, suspension, or revocation;
(b) Whether an applicant is eligible to sit for a professional licensing examination;
(c) Whether a sanction proposed by the board is appropriate based on the stipulated facts;
(d) Whether an applicant meets minimum requirements for an initial or renewal application;
(e) Whether an applicant or licensee failed to cooperate in an investigation by the department;
(f) Whether an applicant or licensee was convicted of a crime that disqualifies the applicant or licensee from holding the specific license sought or held;
(g) Whether an applicant or licensee has violated the terms of a final order issued by the board or the board's designee;
(h) Whether a person has engaged in false, deceptive, or misleading advertising; or
(i) Whether a person has engaged in unlicensed practice.
Statutory Authority: RCW 18.08.340 and 43.24.086. 11-11-019, recodified as § 308-12-345, filed 5/9/11, effective 7/1/11. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.96.060. 07-05-040, § 308-12-180, filed 2/15/07, effective 3/18/07.
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