OAR 808-009-0420
Exceptions to Agency Orders, Enforcement


After a contested case enforcement hearing, the respondent may file written exceptions if the respondent does not believe the proposed order is supported by the evidence received at the hearing. To be considered, exceptions must be received by the agency within 21 days of the date of mailing of the proposed order. If written exceptions are not timely received, the agency may issue a final order as proposed.


Exceptions must substantially conform to the requirements of OAR 808-009-0430 (Form of Exceptions to Agency Order).


If exceptions are timely received, the matter will be set for consideration by the Board at a regular meeting of the Board. Written argument in opposition to the proposed order will be accepted up to 15 days before the Board meeting date if the original exceptions were timely received. The Board may waive the 15-day requirement.


The respondent may appear before the Board to argue against the proposed order, if the agency receives written notice of intent to do so before the Board meeting date. Oral argument will be permitted only if the original exceptions were timely received.

Source: Rule 808-009-0420 — Exceptions to Agency Orders, Enforcement, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=808-009-0420.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 808-009-0420’s source at or​.us