Wash. Admin. Code § 162-08-221 - Notice of hearing
Current through Register Vol. 21-18, September 15, 2021
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Notice of hearing.
(1) Applicable statutes. When an administrative law judge has been appointed, the clerk shall give notice of hearing to all parties as provided in RCW 49.60.250 and 34.05.434.
(2) Indefinite time. The clerk may, in his or her discretion, omit the time and place of hearing from the notice with the explanation that the time and place will be set by later notice from the administrative law judge, given at least twenty days in advance of the time of hearing.
(3) Issues. The notice of hearing shall state that the issues involved in the hearing are (a) whether the respondent committed the unfair practices stated in the amended complaint, and, if so, (b) what order is appropriate. A copy of the amended complaint shall be attached to the notice of hearing.
(4) Notice of rules. The notice of hearing shall inform the respondent of the answer rule, WAC 162-08-251, and it shall inform the complainant of a complainant's rights and options under WAC 162-08-261.
(5) Consolidation of cases. The administrative law judge may consolidate cases when they involve common questions of law or fact.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 49.60.120(3). WSR 89-23-020, § 162-08-221, filed 11/7/89, effective 12/8/89; Order 37, § 162-08-221, filed 10/27/77; Order 35, § 162-08-221, filed 9/2/77; Order 7, § 162-08-221, filed 1/19/68.]