Leschi Imp. Council v. Washington State Highway Com'n

Decision Date22 August 1974
Docket NumberNo. 42766,42766
Citation804 P.2d 1,84 Wn.2d 271
PartiesLESCHI IMPROVEMENT COUNCIL et al., Petitioners/Appellants, and Samuel S. Cook et al., Plaintiffs/Appellants, v. WASHINGTON STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION et al., Respondents.
CourtWashington Supreme Court

The publication of the opinion at 84 Wash.2d 271, 525 P.2d 774 (1974) is corrected to withdraw the first full paragraph in the left column on page 785 (paragraph and to substitute the following paragraph:

Page 286

Where the superior court has applied the "clearly erroneous" test in examining administrative agency action on a writ of certiorari, on review the appellate court stands in the same position as the superior court, and applies the same test directly to the administrative action. Farm Supply Distribs., Inc. v. State Util. & Transp. Comm'n, 83 Wash.2d 446, 518 P.2d 1237 (1974).

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