OAR 584-019-0040
Commission Final Orders in Contested Cases


In all contested cases, the Commission will notify the parties, the hearing officer and the Office of Administrative Hearings that the Commission itself will issue the Final Order and each Hearing Officer Proposed Order will include a statement to that effect.


If the recommended action in the Proposed Order is adverse to the educator, the Proposed Order will contain a statement that the educator may file written exceptions to the Commission and may file a request for oral argument to the Commission. The statement will inform the educator that written exceptions or a request for oral argument must be filed with the Commission at the Commission’s office within fourteen days of the date of the Proposed Order in order for the exceptions or the request for oral argument to be considered. The Commission need not allow oral argument on the Proposed Order. The Executive Director may permit oral argument in those cases in which the Director believes oral argument may be appropriate or helpful to the Commissioners in making a final determination.

Source: Rule 584-019-0040 — Commission Final Orders in Contested Cases, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=584-019-0040.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 584-019-0040’s source at or​.us