19-1-8 Service. (a) Service of an original
complaint, a notice of hearing, five (5) and thirty
(30) day notices pursuant to 1981 Kansas Session
Laws, Chapter 171, Sec. 1 et seq., and Sec. 42 et
seq., a civil penalty assessment order, and a find-
ing of fact and report shall be by certified mail,
return receipt requested. The notice will be
mailed to the person's principal residence, prin-
cipal place of business or any other address as ap-
pears on any document filed pursuant to relevant
law. Except as otherwise provided by relevant law,
the commission shall serve other required orders,
notices and documents by first-class mail with
postage prepaid. Service may be in person.

    (b) All pleadings or other documents shall be
served upon all petitioners or parties in the pro-
ceeding by the one filing the same on the date
when filed or tendered for filing with the com-
mission. This service shall be made by delivering
in person or by mailing first class, properly ad-
dressed with postage prepaid, copies to each pe-
titioner or party. An original complaint shall be
served on the respondent by the commission.

    (c) When any petitioner or party is represented
by an attorney who has entered a general entry of
appearance, subsequent service shall be upon this

    (d) The date of service shall be the day when
the pleading or other document served is depos-
ited in the United States mail or is delivered in
person, except as provided in K.A.R. 19-1-9(a).
When service is by certified mail, return receipt
requested, the date of service shall be the date of
delivery shown on the return receipt. A certificate
of service shall be attached to the original of each
pleading or other document filed, except those
originating with the commission. (Authorized by
and implementing K.S.A. 25-4119a, 46-253; ef-
fective, E-76-52, Oct. 24, 1975; effective, E-77-
20, May 1, 1976; amended, E-77-47, Sep. 30,
1976; effective Feb. 15, 1977; amended May 1,
1980; amended May 1, 1982.)