Rule 3746-7-11 | Stipulations before the commission.
(A) A stipulation before the commission must have the concurrence of all parties to the appeal.
(B) Stipulations shall be made in writing or, in the discretion of the commission, may be made orally at a hearing.
(C) A stipulation is binding upon the parties and upon the commission and may serve as a basis of any final order of the commission.
(D) The commission cannot alter any part of a stipulation. The commission may, in an order, state its understanding of the meaning and content of the stipulation, which shall be binding upon all parties and the commission if no objection is made within five days of the receipt of said order or as otherwise directed by the commission.
(E) The commission may refuse to accept a stipulation or may request that the parties clarify or explain their stipulations.