WAC 182-526-0405 Stipulations.
Effective February 1, 2013
- A stipulation is an agreement among two or more parties that certain facts or evidence is correct or authentic.
- If an administrative law judge (ALJ) accepts a stipulation, the ALJ must enter it into the record.
- A stipulation may be made before or during the hearing.
- A party may change or reject a stipulation after it has been made.
- To change or reject a stipulation, a party must show the administrative law judge that:
- The party did not intend to make the stipulation or was mistaken when making it; and
- Changing or rejecting the stipulation does not harm the other parties.