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§ 148.23. Division Enforcement of Orders

Any final order of SOAH is a final order of the division and may be enforced by the division in any manner permitted by the Act, the APA, or division rules. After conclusion of the administrative process, any SOAH order which survives the entry of a final order, the sending of a proposal for decision to the division, or the dismissal or withdrawal of the case from the SOAH docket, regardless of upon whose motion the dismissal or withdrawal was granted, is an order of the commissioner and may be enforced by the division in any manner permitted by the Act, the APA, or division rules. Examples of enforceable orders include, but are not limited to, orders to reimburse, orders to pay reasonable and necessary medical costs, orders to pay administrative fines, orders to refund, orders assessing attorney fees, orders assessing costs, and orders imposing discovery sanctions.

The provisions of this §148.23 adopted to be effective June 9, 2005, 30 TexReg 3237; amended to be effective July 27, 2014, 39 TexReg 5608.

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§ 148.23. Division Enforcement of Orders

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