OAR 690-002-0175
Exceptions to Proposed Orders


If the recommended action in the proposed order is adverse to any party or the Department, the party or Department may file exceptions and present argument to the Department. Exceptions must be in writing, clearly and concisely identify the portions of the proposed order excepted to, and cite to appropriate portions of the record or to Commission policies to which modifications are sought.


Parties must file their exceptions with the Department at its Salem offices, by any method allowed in the notice of appeal rights provided in the proposed order.


A party must file any exceptions within 30 days following the date of service of the proposed order on the parties to the contested case proceeding.


Unless otherwise required by law, the Director must consider any exceptions to the proposed order and issue a final order.


If the applicable law provides for the Commission to review any exceptions or issue the final order, the Commission may form a subcommittee to review the exceptions and provide a report prior to the Commission issuing a final order.

Source: Rule 690-002-0175 — Exceptions to Proposed Orders, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=690-002-0175.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 690-002-0175’s source at or​.us