WAC 182-526-0540 Correction of clerical errors in an initial order.

Effective March 16, 2017

  1. A clerical error is a mistake that does not change the intent of the initial order.
  2. The administrative law judge (ALJ) may correct clerical errors in the initial order by entering a corrected initial order. The ALJ may correct clerical errors in response to a request by one of the parties.
  3. Some examples of clerical error are:
    1. Missing or incorrect words or numbers;
    2. Dates inconsistent with the decision or evidence in the record such as using May 3, 2004, instead of May 3, 2014; or
    3. Math errors when adding the total of an overpayment.
  4. If the ALJ does not agree that the initial order contains one or more clerical errors, the ALJ enters a written order denying the request for a corrected order.

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