|(a) All contested cases shall be recorded on audio tape, cassette, or by an official or licensed court reporter. Upon written request by any party, a transcript shall be made of the hearing. The cost of such transcript shall be borne by the requesting party. As many copies of the transcript as may be required for the purposes of the General Land Office shall be made by such requesting party and filed with the hearing examiner. No copies of the transcript will be furnished to the parties by the General Land Office, but copies may be purchased from the official reporter upon payment of applicable charges. (b) Errors claimed in any transcription shall be noted in writing and suggested corrections may be offered within 10 days after the transcript is filed with the examiner. Such time for suggested corrections may be extended by the examiner. Suggested corrections shall be served in writing upon each party of record and upon the examiner. If not objected
to within 10 days after being offered, the examiner shall direct that such suggested corrections be made and shall stipulate the manner of making such corrections. In the event that parties disagree on suggested corrections, the examiner, with the aid of argument and testimony from the parties, shall then determine the manner in which the record shall be changed.