§ 11.4. Entry of orders.
(a) In computing a period of time involving the date of entry of an order by the Department, the date of entry shall be the day the office of the Department mails or hand delivers copies of the order to the parties. The date of entry of an order may or may not be the day of its adoption by the Department. The Department will clearly indicate on each order the date of its entry. As prescribed by Pa.R.A.P. No. 1512, the period within which an appeal to Commonwealth Court, under section 8211(d) of the act (relating to petitions for declaratory orders and complaints to department), shall be filed is 15-calendar days from the date of entry of the appropriate order by the Department.
(b) Orders of the Department will be effective as of the dates of entry, unless otherwise specifically provided in the orders.
(c) This section supersedes 1 Pa. Code § § 31.13 and 31.14 (relating to issuance of agency orders; and effective dates of agency orders).
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