The administrative law judge may issue subpoenas for witnesses necessary to develop a full record. The attorney of record for the office of the Division of Child Support or the office of the district attorney may issue subpoenas. Witnesses appearing pursuant to subpoena, other than parties or officers or employees of the administrator, shall receive fees and mileage as prescribed by law for witnesses in ORS 44.415 (Fees and mileage of witnesses) (2). Obedience to the subpoena may be compelled in the same manner as set out in ORS 183.440 (Subpoenas in contested cases) (2).
Upon issuance of an order, action by the administrator to enforce and collect upon the order, including arrearages, may be taken. Action by the administrator may not be stayed or partially stayed pending appeal or by any court unless there is substantial evidence showing that the obligor would be irreparably harmed and that the obligee would not be irreparably harmed.
An order issued by the administrative law judge or the administrator is final. The order shall be in full force and effect while any appeal is pending unless the order is stayed by a court. A court may not grant a stay unless there is substantial evidence showing the obligor would be irreparably harmed and that the obligee would not be irreparably harmed.