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Rule 4112-3-04 | Reconsideration by the commission.

 

(A) Procedure for applying for reconsideration. Any party may apply to the commission for reconsideration of a determination of probable cause or any final commission determination. The application must be in writing, state specifically the grounds on which it is based, and be filed, along with all supporting materials, with the commission at its central office compliance department in Columbus within ten days from the date of service of the notice of determination. The commission shall serve notice of the application for reconsideration on all other parties to the matter in which the application for reconsideration is filed.

(B) Determination of application for reconsideration.

The commission may, in its discretion, accept or reject an application for reconsideration.

(1) If the commission rejects an application for reconsideration, it shall record its action accordingly and shall notify the parties.

(2) If the commission accepts an application for reconsideration, it shall make a determination and shall notify the parties. The commission may, in its discretion, hear one or more of the parties.

(C) Reconsideration by motion of the commission. The commission may, upon its own motion, reconsider any determination. If the commission reconsiders a determination on its own motion, it shall record its action accordingly and notify the parties.

Supplemental Information

Authorized By: 4112.04
Amplifies: 4112.04, 4112.05
Five Year Review Date: 10/12/2024
Prior Effective Dates: 11/4/1971, 11/15/1977, 12/23/1979, 7/12/1989, 7/1/1994, 8/10/1997, 1/11/1998, 10/17/2002, 10/21/2013