(A) Except as otherwise provided in chapter 119. of the Revised Code or Chapter 4761:1-11 of the Administrative Code, any document required by this chapter of the Administrative Code to be served by the respondent, respondent's counsel of record, assistant attorney general, or board representative may be served either personally or by first class mail service. Service is complete on the date it is received or on the date personal service of the document is made.
(B) All motions or briefs shall contain the name, address, and telephone number of the person submitting the motion or brief and shall be appropriately captioned to indicate the name of the respondent and home care facility represented.
(C) A motion shall be considered by the board or its attorney hearing examiner only if a certificate of service appears on it. Any signed statement is an acceptable certificate of service so long as it contains all of the following information:
(1) Date of service;
(2) Method by which service was made;
(3) Address where service was made; and
(4) Name of the person or authority who was served.