(1) A clerical error is a mistake that does not change the intent of the decision.
(2) The ALJ corrects clerical errors in hearing decisions by issuing a second decision referred to as a corrected decision or corrected order. Corrections may be made to initial orders and final orders.
(3) Some examples of clerical error are:
(a) Missing or incorrect words or numbers;
(b) Dates inconsistent with the decision or evidence in the record such as using May 3, 1989, instead of May 3, 1998; or
(c) Math errors when adding the total of an overpayment or a child support debt.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 34.05.020
, chapter 34.05
RCW, Parts IV and V, 2002 c 371 § 211. WSR 02-21-061, § 388-02-0540, filed 10/15/02, effective 11/15/02. Statutory Authority: RCW 34.05.020
. WSR 00-18-059, § 388-02-0540, filed 9/1/00, effective 10/2/00.]