(a) The parties in a contested case may, by a stipulation in writing filed with the
administrative law judge, agree upon any fact involved in the controversy, which stipulation
shall be used as evidence at the hearing and be binding on the parties thereto. Parties should agree upon facts when practicable.
(b) Except as otherwise provided by law, disposition may be made of a contested case
by stipulation, agreed settlement, consent order, waiver, default, or other method
agreed upon by the parties.
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