296-310-160 - Appeal of notices

296-310-160. Appeal of notices

(1) The contractor or violator, or the violator's surety if the surety has an interest in the matter, may request a hearing on the matter asserted in a notice of denial of license, a notice of revocation, a notice of increased bond amount, or a notice of violation. One original and four copies of the request must be filed with the director within thirty days after the date the department issued the notice. A party requesting a hearing on a notice of violation must also serve a copy of the request on the surety or the violator as appropriate.

(2) The request for hearing must be in writing and must specify:

(a) The name and address of the party requesting the hearing;

(b) The name and date of issuance of the notice that is being appealed;

(c) The matters contained in the notice that the requestor believes are erroneous;

(d) The reasons the notice is erroneous; and

(e) If a surety is appealing a notice of violation, the name and address of the violating contractor.

Statutory Authority: RCW 19.30.130. 86-01-027 (Order 85-34), ยง 296-310-160, filed 12/11/85.

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