Entry of Order and Appeal Rights
(1)If a person, having been served a Notice of Violation or a Notice of Imposition of Civil Penalty, fails to request a hearing as specified in OAR 603-057-0510 (Notice of Violation, Notice of Assessment of Civil Penalties, and Notice of Contested Case Rights and Procedures)(4)(f), or if a hearing is not held for any reason, or if after the hearing the person is found to be in violation, an order may be issued by the Director. If a Notice of Imposition of Civil Penalty was served, the order may assess a civil penalty.
(2)The order shall be signed by the Director.
(3)The order, if not appealed as provided in ORS 183.480 (Judicial review of agency orders) to 183.497 (Awarding costs and attorney fees when finding for petitioner) or if sustained on appeal, shall constitute a judgment. If any civil penalty has not been paid when due and payable, the order may be recorded with the county clerk in any county of this state. The clerk shall record the name of the person incurring the penalty and the amount of the penalty in the County Clerk Lien Record. Recording the order has the effects provided for in ORS 205.125 (County Clerk Lien Record) and 205.126 (Enforcement of order or warrant recorded in County Clerk Lien Record), including but not limited to the effect of becoming a lien upon the title of any interest in real property located in that county and owned by the person. The Department may enforce the order as provided in ORS 205.125 (County Clerk Lien Record) and 205.126 (Enforcement of order or warrant recorded in County Clerk Lien Record), bring an action in a court of this state to recover the civil penalty, or take any other action authorized by law to enforce the order.
Rule 603-057-0520 — Entry of Order and Appeal Rights,