Wash. Admin. Code § 162-08-271 - Motions before administrative law judge
Current through Register Vol. 21-18, September 15, 2021
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Motions before administrative law judge.
(1) Scope of section. This section governs all motions made to the administrative law judge except those made orally on the record during an administrative hearing.
(2) Form. A motion must be in writing. It must state the order or other relief requested and the grounds for the motion. It may be accompanied by affidavits. It must be supported by legal authorities, set out in the motion or in a supporting brief.
(3) Response. Any party may serve and file a response within five days after the motion has been served on that party.
(4) Filing. The original and one copy of every motion and response, with supporting papers, must be filed with the clerk, along with proof of service.
(5) Ruling. When the administrative law judge has received a response from all parties, or five days have elapsed since the last party was served, the administrative law judge shall rule on the motion without oral argument, unless the administrative law judge, in his or her discretion, orders that argument be heard.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 49.60.120(3). WSR 89-23-020, § 162-08-271, filed 11/7/89, effective 12/8/89; Order 35, § 162-08-271, filed 9/2/77; Order 7, § 162-08-271, filed 1/19/68.]