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WAC 388-14A-6120

What can I do if I do not agree with an initial order or final order entered by an administrative law judge?

(1) Except for the DCS representative, any party to an initial order entered by an administrative law judge (ALJ) has the right to request review pursuant to chapter 388-02 WAC.
(2) No party may request administrative review of a final order entered by an ALJ.
(3) Any party to an initial order or a final order may petition to vacate an order of dismissal or default, pursuant to WAC 388-14A-3700 and 388-14A-6150.
(4) Any party to an initial order or final order may request correction of a clerical error in the order, pursuant to WAC 388-02-0540 through 388-02-0555.
(5) Any party to a final order may request reconsideration of the order, pursuant to WAC 388-02-0605 through 388-02-0635.
(6) Except for the DCS representative, any party to a final order may petition for judicial review, pursuant to RCW 34.05.510 through 34.05.598. You do not need to request reconsideration of the order before you petition for judicial review.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 34.05.220(1), 74.08.090, 74.20A.056, 74.20A.310, 26.26.315, 26.26.320, 26.26.330, 26.26.335, 74.20A.055, 2002 c 302, and 2002 c 199. WSR 03-17-013, ยง 388-14A-6120, filed 8/12/03, effective 9/12/03.]
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