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§ 252. Filing as condition of validity--Notification of failure to comply

Oklahoma Statutes AnnotatedTitle 75. Statutes and Reports

Oklahoma Statutes Annotated
Title 75. Statutes and Reports (Refs & Annos)
Chapter 8. Administrative Procedures Act (Refs & Annos)
75 Okl.St.Ann. § 252
§ 252. Filing as condition of validity--Notification of failure to comply
A. Any rule, amendment, revision, or revocation of an existing rule made by an agency on or after October 16, 1987, may be held void and of no effect pursuant to Sections 306 and 307 of this title. All provisions herein shall also apply to all agencies that may hereafter be created. All courts, boards, commissions, agencies, authorities, instrumentalities, and officers of the State of Oklahoma shall take judicial or official notice of any rule, amendment, revision, or revocation of an existing rule promulgated pursuant to the provisions of the Administrative Procedures Act.
B. Upon failure of an agency to comply with the provisions of Sections 251 through 256 of this title except when not applicable, the Secretary shall forward a written notice of the failure to comply to the chief administrative officer of the agency. The notice shall state a reasonable time, not to exceed thirty (30) calendar days, in which the agency shall fully comply. Further failure to comply shall be reported in writing to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the President Pro Tempore of the Senate, the Governor, and the Attorney General. Upon such notification, the Attorney General shall immediately seek agency compliance and if required, to institute mandamus proceedings to secure compliance by said agency.

Credits

Laws 1961, p. 603, § 2; Laws 1987, c. 207, § 5; Laws 1988, c. 292, § 5, emerg. eff. July 1, 1988; Laws 1989, c. 360, § 6, emerg. eff. June 3, 1989; Laws 1990, c. 300, § 7, eff. July 1, 1991.
75 Okl. St. Ann. § 252, OK ST T. 75 § 252
Current with legislation of the Second Regular Session of the 58th Legislature (2022) effective through October 1, 2022. Some sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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