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PDFWAC 456-09-745

Failure to attend and hearing on the record.

(1) When a party has failed to attend a hearing after receiving timely notice, the board will consider a motion for default or dismissal brought by any party to the proceedings or on its own motion. An order for default or dismissal will include the reason for the order and will be served upon all parties.
Within 14 calendar days of service of the default order or dismissal, the party against whom the order was entered may submit a written objection requesting that the order be vacated. The objection must state the specific reasons why the order should be vacated together with proof of service pursuant to WAC 456-09-345. The board may set aside a dismissal or default for good cause.
(2) If the parties agree in writing and the presiding officer approves, the board may hold an appeal on the record and the attendance of one or more parties will not be required.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 82.03.170. WSR 22-23-080, § 456-09-745, filed 11/14/22, effective 12/15/22; WSR 22-05-051, § 456-09-745, filed 2/9/22, effective 3/12/22; WSR 05-13-141, § 456-09-745, filed 6/21/05, effective 8/1/05; WSR 89-10-056 (Order 89-02), § 456-09-745, filed 5/2/89.]
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