|(a) A party may file written objections to any fact or conclusion in a determination. Objections must be filed within 15 days of the date of service of the determination. A party may file a reply to objections within 15 days of the filing of the objections. (b) A judge may extend or shorten the time to file objections or replies. (c) The judge shall review the objections and replies. The judge may issue an amended determination in response to the objections and replies, or correct any clerical errors in the determination. If the judge determines that no changes should be made to the determination, the judge shall so notify the parties in writing. (d) If no objections are filed by the date objections are due, a determination or amended determination becomes final on the day that objections are due. If objections are timely filed, a determination or amended determination becomes final on the date that the judge notifies the parties in writing that no changes should be made to the determination or amended determination. If the judge does not notify the parties in writing, the determination becomes final by operation of law 45 days after the date of the last objection that was timely filed.