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PDFWAC 208-08-083

Authentication of evidence.

(1) Production of documents – Self-authenticating. A party's production of a document in response to written discovery or other legal process authenticates the document for use against that party in any prehearing proceeding or at hearing unless, within ten days after the producing party has actual notice that the document may be used, the party objects to the authenticity of the document, or any part of it, stating the specific basis for objection.
(2) Objection. An objection must be either on the record or in writing and must have a good faith factual and legal basis. An objection made to the authenticity of only part of a document does not affect the authenticity of the remainder. If objection is made, the party attempting to use the document must be given a reasonable opportunity to establish its authenticity.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 34.05.250. WSR 17-16-056, § 208-08-083, filed 7/25/17, effective 10/1/17.]
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