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Title 46Chapter IVSubchapter APart 502Subpart C → §502.41

Title 46: Shipping
Subpart C—Parties

§502.41   Parties; how designated.

The term “party,” whenever used in this part, includes any natural person, corporation, association, firm, partnership, trustee, receiver, agency, public or private organization, government agency, or unit thereof representing said agency. A party who files a complaint under §502.62 shall be designated as “complainant.” A party against whom relief or other affirmative action is sought in a proceeding commenced under §502.62 or §502.73 or a party named in an order of investigation issued by the Commission shall be designated as “respondent,” except that in investigations instituted under section 11(c) of the Shipping Act of 1984, 46 U.S.C. 41302(a)-(b), 41307(b), the parties to the agreement shall be designated as “proponents” and the parties protesting the agreement shall be designated as “protestants.” A person who has been permitted to intervene under §502.68 shall be designated as “intervenor.” All parties and persons designated in this section shall be parties to the proceeding. No person other than a party or its representative may introduce evidence or examine witnesses at hearings. [Rule 41].

[78 FR 45070, July 26, 2013]

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