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Rule §156.251 Order

Published: 2015

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(a) The arbitrator may enter any order consistent with
state and federal law applicable to a dispute described in Subchapter
B of this chapter, §156.51 (relating to Opportunity to Elect
(b) The order shall be entered no later than the 60th
day after the close of the arbitration hearing.
(c) The arbitrator shall base the order on the facts
established in the arbitration proceeding, including stipulations
of the parties; and on the state and federal statutes and formal rules
and regulations, as properly applied to those facts.
(d) The order must:
  (1) be in writing;
  (2) be signed and dated by the arbitrator; and
  (3) include a list of stipulations on uncontested issues
and a statement of the arbitrator's decisions on all contested issues.
If requested by either of the parties, the decision shall contain
findings of fact and conclusions of law on controverted issues.
(e) The arbitrator shall file a copy of the order with
SOAH and DADS or its designee and send a copy to the parties.

Source Note: The provisions of this §156.251 adopted to be effective June 17, 2015, 40 TexReg 3627