105:1-7-8. Final Orders 

Link to law: http://www.oar.state.ok.us/viewhtml/105_1-7-8.htm
Published: 2015

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105:1-7-8. Final orders 

(a)    The hearing examiner shall prepare an order in an expeditious manner following the close of the hearing.
(b)    Proposed order shall be mailed to each party and their representatives. Any party adversely affected by the order shall set out in writing reasons why the Board should not ratify and adopt the proposed order within ten (10) days of date of proposed order. The party may request an opportunity to present oral argument to the Board within ten (10) days. The Board may limit the time for oral presentations.
(c)    The date the order is adopted by the Board is the date of its issuance and shall be stated on the order.
(d)    The order shall include findings of fact and conclusions of law, separately stated. If the hearing examiner requested and received proposed orders, the final order shall also include a ruling on each proposed finding proffered in the proposed orders.
[Source: Added at 10 Ok Reg 219, eff 10-28-92 (emergency); Added at 10 Ok Reg 3551, eff 7-15-93]