Rule 4117-7-06 | Compliance.
(A) A party against whom an order has been issued to make periodic reports showing the extent to which there has been compliance with the order shall file with the board and serve upon the charging party a written report, with supporting documents, of its compliance with the board order or settlement agreement. The report shall contain such information and shall be given at such times as the board in its discretion determines is necessary to ascertain whether there is compliance with the order.
(B) Any person or party may inform the board of alleged failure to comply with a board order. A claim of noncompliance may be made in writing to the board. Wherever possible, information and documents to support the claim of noncompliance shall be filed with the claim of noncompliance. If the board determines that there is reasonable cause to believe that there is noncompliance it shall investigate, may take appropriate action and may seek court enforcement.
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Prior Effective Dates: 6/24/1984