Deficient Application or Lesson Plan
(1)If the Secretary of State determines that a Notary Public Education Provider Application or Amendment form is incomplete, or that a lesson plan does not satisfy the requirements of ORS 194.360 (Rules) or this chapter, the Secretary of State will issue a deficiency notice containing an itemized description of the deficiencies identified. The deficiency notice will be sent by first class mail to the provider’s address listed on the Notary Public Education Provider Application or Amendment form.
(2)A provider has 30 days from the date on which the deficiency notice was mailed by the Secretary of State to submit documentation to the Secretary of State curing the deficiencies identified in the deficiency notice.
(3)The Secretary of State may issue more than one deficiency notice to a provider regarding the same Notary Public Education Provider Application or Amendment form and lesson plan at any time during the review process.
(4)The Secretary of State may disapprove a Notary Public Education Provider Application or Amendment form if the deficiencies are not cured in accordance with section (2).
(5)After the disapproval of a provider’s application or amendment, the provider has the right to a hearing on the matter, and the proceeding will be conducted in accordance with the contested case procedures set out in ORS 184.313 through 183.500 (Appeals), and the Attorney General’s Model Rules of Procedure for Contested Cases.
(6)Upon the effective date of a final order in a contested case, or if the final order is appealed, a final appellate judgment disapproving an application or amendment, a provider may cure the deficiencies identified in the decision by submitting a Notary Public Education Provider Application or Amendment form in accordance with OAR 160-100-1030 (Deficient Application or Lesson Plan).
Rule 160-100-1030 — Deficient Application or Lesson Plan,