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Parties may stipulate among themselves to the disposition of a proceeding or to the disposition of outstanding issues in a proceeding by written agreement filed with the commission or by oral statement presented on the record. The parties are bound by the terms of the stipulation if the commission accepts it. The parties may present a statement of the facts supporting the stipulation. The commission is not bound to adopt a stipulation by the parties. The commission will, in its discretion, require evidence to support a finding that the stipulation is in the public interest and consistent with controlling law. If the commission rejects a stipulation, the commission will, in its discretion, provide an additional opportunity for the parties to present evidence and arguments on the subject matter of the rejected stipulation. The commission will rule on a stipulation within 30 days after it is filed with the commission, unless that time is extended for good cause. The commission will set out findings on good cause in an order extending that deadline.
History: Eff. 5/5/2000, Register 154
Authority: AS 42.04.080
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