SECTION 650:1-3-3. Requests for declaratory rulings  

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  •   Any interested person or entity may petition the Board for a declaratory order as to the applicability of any rule of the Board.
    (1)   Petition requirements. The petition shall identify the rule questioned, the date on which such rule became effective, and shall set forth the contents of the rule. The petition shall contain a brief statement of the issue or issues raised, by the rule which cause such a request to be made and a statement of the petitioners personal interest in the ruling of the Board and how a ruling of the Board would affect those interests.
    (2)   Receipt of petition. Upon receipt of the petition for declaratory ruling the Board shall consider the petition and within a reasonable time following receipt thereof, either deny the petition in writing, stating its reasons for denial, or issue a declaratory ruling on the matter(s) contained in the petition.
[Source: Amended at 19 Ok Reg 3074, eff 9-9-02 through 7-14-03 (emergency); Amended at 20 Ok Reg 2727, eff 8-11-03]


EDITOR’S NOTE: This emergency action expired before being superseded by a permanent action. Upon expiration of an emergency amendatory action, the last prior permanent text is reinstated. Therefore, on 7-15-03 (after the 7-14-03 expiration of the emergency action), the text of Section 650:1-3-3 reverted back to the permanent text that was effective prior to enactment of the emergency action on 9-9-02, as was last published in the 2001 Edition of the OAC, and remained as such until amended by permanent action on 8-11-03.