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WAC 434-180-560

Adjudicative proceedings—Appearance and practice before the secretary—Who may appear.

No person may appear in a representative capacity before the secretary or the designated administrative law judge other than the following:
(1) Attorneys at law duly qualified and entitled to practice before the supreme court of the state of Washington.
(2) A bona fide officer, authorized manager, partner, or full-time employee of a firm, association, partnership, LLC, or corporation who appears for such firm, association, partnership, corporation, or company.
(3) An individual appearing pro se.
(4) Such interpreters for persons with a limited understanding of the English language or hearing impaired persons as provided for in WAC 10-08-150.
(5) Such other persons as may be permitted by the secretary upon a showing by a party to the hearing of such a necessity or such a hardship as would make it unduly burdensome upon him to have a representative as set forth under subsections (1) and (2) of this section.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 19.34.030, 19.34.040, 19.34.100, 19.34.111 and 19.34.400. WSR 97-24-053, § 434-180-560, filed 11/26/97, effective 12/27/97.]
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