Regulatory transparency is the essence of the Division of Administrative Rules' mission. The Division is the statutory publisher of proposed and effective Utah administrative rules.
An administrative rule is an agency's written statement that has the effect of law. Agencies write administrative rules to implement or interpret state or federal legal mandates. Administrative rules affect your life in many ways.
Utah's rulemaking process creates opportunities for you to participate -- to be engaged -- in the development of administrative rules. Links available from this site will give you access to administrative rules currently in effect, as well as administrative rules proposed and open for public comment.
News and Information
- The Legislature's Administrative Rules Review Committee has tentatively scheduled its next meeting for Monday, January 12, 2015. More information for 2015 meetings is available at http://le.utah.gov/asp/interim/Commit.asp?Year=2015&Com=SPEADM.
- During November 2014, the most popular rule on the Division's website was Division of Real Estate's Rule R162-2c, Utah Residential Mortgage Practices and Licensing Rules, with 1,759 pageviews.