OAR 125-160-0950
Hearings Conclusions and Record


The hearing shall be held, and the hearings officer shall seek, to determine whether the Department had substantial evidence for its decision and whether its decision substantially complied with these rules. The hearings officer shall then issue a recommendation to the Department that it affirm, rescind, or modify its decision.


The hearings officer shall deliver a hearing record to Department within 30 days after the hearing. The record shall include:


A copy of the Department’s decision;


The request for administrative review or appeal;


The notice of hearing and rights;


The tape recording or transcribed record of the hearing;


Documents and other evidence relied upon; and


The hearings officer shall prepare a proposed order which includes findings of fact, conclusions of law, summary of evidence and exceptions, and the hearings officer’s recommendation.


A hearings officer’s proposed order shall take effect 60 days after issue unless the Department’s Director issues an amended decision within that period.

Source: Rule 125-160-0950 — Hearings Conclusions and Record, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=125-160-0950.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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