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PDFWAC 480-07-860


Any party may petition the commission to stay the effectiveness of a final order within ten days after the commission serves that order, unless the order or applicable statute provides otherwise . The commission may stay the effect of a final order on its own initiative.
(1) Petition. A petition for stay must cite those portions of the record and statute, commission rule, or other law on which the petitioner relies to support its petition and must present brief argument in support of the relief the petitioner requests.
(2) Response. No party may file a response to a petition for stay unless the commission authorizes a response in a notice establishing the deadline for filing responses, which may also establish the date by which the commission intends to enter an order resolving the petition.
(3) Disposition. A petition for stay is deemed denied twenty days after the date the petitioner submits the petition unless the commission either:
(a) Enters an order resolving the petition; or
(b) Serves the parties with a written notice specifying the date by which the commission will act on the petition.
(4) Effect. Filing a petition for stay does not automatically stay the effect of a final order or the deadline for filing a petition for reconsideration. Commission action is required to stay the effect of a final order.
(5) Reconsideration or judicial review. No party may request reconsideration of a commission determination denying a petition for stay. Such a determination also is not subject to judicial review.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 80.01.040 and 80.04.160. WSR 18-18-041 (Docket A-130355, General Order R-592), § 480-07-860, filed 8/29/18, effective 9/29/18; WSR 03-24-028 (General Order R-510, Docket No. A-010648), § 480-07-860, filed 11/24/03, effective 1/1/04.]
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