Wash. Admin. Code § 357-52-215 - When may the board dismiss an appeal on its own motion?

The board may dismiss an appeal on its own motion when:

(1) An appellant has failed to provide information required under WAC 357-52-020;
(2) The parties have notified the board that the case has been settled and the appeal has not been withdrawn within thirty calendar days of the notice of settlement;
(3) An appeal is not filed on time;
(4) The board lacks jurisdiction over the subject matter or parties to the appeal;
(5) A party fails to participate in a prehearing conference as described in WAC 357-52-095; or
(6) The board is unable to contact the appellant at the last address and telephone number provided by the appellant.


Wash. Admin. Code § 357-52-215

Statutory Authority: Chapter 41.06 RCW. 05-01-191, § 357-52-215, filed 12/21/04, effective 7/1/05.

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