Stay Request — Contested Case
(1)Unless otherwise provided by law, any person who submits a hearing request after a final order by default has been issued or petitions for reconsideration, rehearing or judicial review may request the agency to stay the enforcement of the agency order that is the subject of the petition.
(2)The agency may, by rule or in writing, require the stay request to be filed with the administrative law judge.
(3)The stay request shall contain:
(a)The name, address and telephone number of the person filing the request and of that person’s attorney or representative, if any;
(b)The full title of the agency decision as it appears on the order and the date of the agency decision;
(c)A summary of the agency decision;
(d)The name, address and telephone number of each other party to the agency proceeding. When the party was represented by an attorney or representative in the proceeding, then the name, address and telephone number of the attorney or representative shall be provided and the address and telephone number of the party may be omitted;
(e)A statement advising all persons whose names, addresses and telephone numbers are required to appear in the stay request as provided in subsection (3)(d) of this rule, that they may participate in the stay proceeding before the agency if they file a response in accordance with OAR 137-003-0695 (Intervention in Stay Proceeding) within ten calendar days from delivery or mailing of the stay request to the agency;
(f)A statement of facts and reasons sufficient to show that:
(A)The petitioner will suffer irreparable injury if the order is not stayed; and,
(B)There is a colorable claim of error in the order;
(g)A statement explaining why granting the stay will not result in substantial public harm;
(h)A statement identifying any person, including the public, who may suffer injury if the stay is granted. If the purposes of the stay can be achieved with limitations or conditions that minimize or eliminate possible injury to other persons, petitioner shall propose such limitations or conditions. If the possibility of injury to other persons cannot be eliminated or minimized by appropriate limitation or conditions, petitioner shall propose an amount of bond, irrevocable letter of credit or other undertaking to be imposed on the petitioner should the stay be granted, explaining why that amount is reasonable in light of the identified potential injuries;
(i)A description of additional procedures, if any, the petitioner believes should be followed by the agency in determining the appropriateness of the stay request; and
(j)An appendix of affidavits containing evidence (other than evidence contained in the record of the contested case out of which the stay request arose) relied upon in support of the statements required under subsections (3)(f), (g) and (h) of this rule. The record of the contested case out of which the stay request arose is a part of the record of the stay proceedings.
(4)The request must be delivered or mailed to the agency and on the same date a copy delivered or mailed to all parties identified in the request as required by subsection (3)(d) of this rule.
Rule 137-003-0690 — Stay Request — Contested Case,