Vacating an order for reason of default or withdrawal.
(1) A party may petition to vacate a default order entered against that party for failing to attend an adjudicative proceeding requested by that party for good cause. The requesting party shall:
(a) Specify the grounds relied upon in the petition; and
(b) File the petition at the adjudicative clerk's office and with the opposing party within seven days of service of the default order.
(2) The presiding officer shall consider the petition and shall:
(a) Grant the motion to vacate and reinstate the application for adjudicative proceeding, and may impose conditions on licensure pending final adjudication; or
(b) Deny the motion to vacate the default order.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.70.040
, and 34.05.413
. WSR 18-18-049, § 246-10-707, filed 8/29/18, effective 9/29/18. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.155.040
. WSR 97-12-089, § 246-10-707, filed 6/4/97, effective 7/5/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.70.040
. WSR 94-04-079, § 246-10-707, filed 1/31/94, effective 3/3/94; WSR 93-13-005 (Order 369), § 246-10-707, filed 6/3/93, effective 7/4/93.]