18. At the request of an interested party, the commission may, for cause, review or revoke any decision or order, after giving any person concerned the opportunity to make representations.
The application for review must be filed in the record office of the commission within sixty days from the date on which a decision or order was rendered. The commission may, for cause, extend that time limit upon request provided that not more than six months have elapsed since the date on which the decision or order was rendered.
Where a decision or an order whose review is applied for was not rendered after the holding of a hearing or a public hearing, the commission must hold a public hearing to review the decision or the order if an interested party so requests.
Any decision or order vitiated by a clerical error or by any other error of form may be corrected at any time exofficio or upon request by the commission; the same applies to any decision which, through obvious oversight, grants more than was applied for or fails to rule on a part of the application.
1978, c. 10, s. 18; 1982, c. 40, s. 6.