WAC 182-526-0130 Limited-English-proficient parties--Notice requirements.

Effective February 1, 2013

If the office of administrative hearings is notified that the party who has requested the hearing is a limited-English-proficient (LEP) person, all hearing notices, decisions and orders must:

  1. Be written in that party's primary language; or
  2. Include a statement in the party's primary language:
    1. Indicating the importance of the notice; and
    2. Providing information about how to get help in understanding the notice and responding to it.

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