ORS 537.420
Notice of hearing


Whenever a permit holder fails to comply with the laws of the state and the requirements of the permit as to the commencement of work with due diligence, completion of the work of construction or the application of the water for a beneficial use, and the permit is subject to cancellation as provided in ORS 537.410 (Failure to commence or complete work, or to properly apply water, as grounds for cancellation of permit) to 537.450 (Rules for proof as to work and use of water under permits), the Water Resources Commission shall, not less than 30 nor more than 60 days prior to the hearing provided for in ORS 537.445 (Hearing upon proposal to cancel permit or appropriation), notify each person who, according to Water Resources Department records, is the holder of a water right permit or certificate whose right may be injured by the proposed cancellation. The notice shall require the holder of the permit to appear before the commission at the time and place designated in the notice, and show cause why the permit described in the notice should not be canceled for the reasons therein specified. The notice shall contain a brief statement of the grounds for cancellation and shall be served in accordance with ORS 183.415 (Notice of right to hearing). [Amended by 1983 c.740 §212; 1985 c.673 §42; 1991 c.103 §1]

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