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PDFWAC 192-04-180

Decisions—Disposition other than by hearing on the merits—Petition for review.

The presiding administrative law judge may dispose of any appeal or petition for hearing by an order approving a withdrawal of appeal, an order approving a withdrawal of a petition for hearing, a consent order or an order of default. There shall be no petition for review rights from an order approving a withdrawal of appeal, an order approving a withdrawal of a petition for hearing or a consent order.
Any interested party aggrieved by the entry of an order of default may file a petition for review from such order by complying with the filing requirements set forth in WAC 192-04-170: Provided, however, That the default of such party shall be set aside by the commissioner only upon a showing of good cause for failure to appear or to request a postponement prior to the scheduled time for hearing. In the event such order of default is set aside, the commissioner shall remand the matter to the office of administrative hearings for hearing and decision.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 50.12.010 and 50.12.040. WSR 89-24-030, § 192-04-180, filed 11/30/89, effective 1/1/90.]
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