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Lien filing fees rulemaking

Workers' Compensation
Lien filing fees
Final rulemaking section 10250
Final regulations effective 6/30/04

Addendum to final statement of reason (doc) (Adobe Acrobat symbol pdf)
Final rulemaking (doc) (Adobe Acrobat symbol pdf)


Workers' compensation emergency rulemaking
Lien filing fees section 10250
15 day comment period - ending April 20, 2004

15-day notice of proposed changes (doc) (Adobe Acrobat symbol pdf)
Proposed rulemaking (doc) (Adobe Acrobat symbol pdf)


Workers' compensation emergency rulemaking
Lien filing fees
section 10250
Notice of rulemaking after emergency adoption (doc) (Adobe Acrobat symbol pdf)
Initial statement of reason (doc) (Adobe Acrobat symbol pdf)
Proposed rulemaking (doc) (Adobe Acrobat symbol pdf)
A public hearing has been scheduled to permit all interested persons the opportunity to present statements or arguments, either orally or in writing, with respect to the subjects noted above. The hearing will be held at the following time and place:

Date: Thursday March 11, 2004
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Place: Auditorium
The Governor Hiram Johnson State Office Building
455 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, California 94102


Section 10250
Filed with OAL 12-30-03
Effective 1-1-2004
Emergency rulemaking (doc) (Adobe Acrobat symbol pdf)
Finding of emergency (doc) (Adobe Acrobat symbol pdf)

The lien filing fee emergency regulation was submitted to OAL on December 30, 2003. The Division of Workers' Compensation has requested an effective date of January 1, 2004 so that the regulation will be in place on the effective date of the new Labor Code Section 4903.05 which was adopted as part of SB 228. The regulation will not become effective until filing with the Secretary of State after approval by the Office of Administrative Law (OAL). OAL has up to 10 days to consider the regulation, but may approve it before the 10 days have elapsed. Upon approval and filing with the Secretary of State, the regulation is effective for 120 days while the division conducts a formal rulemaking to adopt the regulation. For information on the OAL procedure, and to learn how you may comment on the emergency regulation, go the OAL's website at: http://www.oal.ca.gov/

A notice will be posted on this page when the emergency regulations become effective.