PDFWAC 110-03-0360


(1) A stipulation is an agreement among two or more parties that certain facts or evidence are correct or authentic.
(2) If an ALJ accepts a stipulation, the ALJ must enter the stipulation into the record.
(3) A stipulation may be made before or during the hearing.
(4) Any party bound by a stipulation may be permitted to withdraw it, in whole or in part, at any time prior to closure of the hearing, by showing that the stipulation was made inadvertently or under a bona fide mistake of fact and that its withdrawal will not unjustly prejudice the rights of other parties to the proceeding.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 34.05.220, 43.216.020, and 43.216.065. WSR 20-02-031, § 110-03-0360, filed 12/19/19, effective 1/19/20.]