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Title 12Chapter IPart 19


TITLE 12—Banks and Banking

CHAPTER I—COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

PART 19—RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

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Subpart A—UNIFORM RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

§19.1
Scope.
§19.2
Rules of construction.
§19.3
Definitions.
§19.4
Authority of the Comptroller.
§19.5
Authority of the administrative law judge.
§19.6
Appearance and practice in adjudicatory proceedings.
§19.7
Good faith certification.
§19.8
Conflicts of interest.
§19.9
Ex parte communications.
§19.10
Filing of papers.
§19.11
Service of papers.
§19.12
Construction of time limits.
§19.13
Change of time limits.
§19.14
Witness fees and expenses.
§19.15
Opportunity for informal settlement.
§19.16
OCC's right to conduct examination.
§19.17
Collateral attacks on adjudicatory proceeding.
§19.18
Commencement of proceeding and contents of notice.
§19.19
Answer.
§19.20
Amended pleadings.
§19.21
Failure to appear.
§19.22
Consolidation and severance of actions.
§19.23
Motions.
§19.24
Scope of document discovery.
§19.25
Request for document discovery from parties.
§19.26
Document subpoenas to nonparties.
§19.27
Deposition of witness unavailable for hearing.
§19.28
Interlocutory review.
§19.29
Summary disposition.
§19.30
Partial summary disposition.
§19.31
Scheduling and prehearing conferences.
§19.32
Prehearing submissions.
§19.33
Public hearings.
§19.34
Hearing subpoenas.
§19.35
Conduct of hearings.
§19.36
Evidence.
§19.37
Post-hearing filings.
§19.38
Recommended decision and filing of record.
§19.39
Exceptions to recommended decision.
§19.40
Review by the Comptroller.
§19.41
Stays pending judicial review.
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Subpart B—PROCEDURAL RULES FOR OCC ADJUDICATIONS

§19.100
Filing documents.
§19.101
Delegation to OFIA.
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Subpart C—REMOVALS, SUSPENSIONS, AND PROHIBITIONS WHEN A CRIME IS CHARGED OR A CONVICTION IS OBTAINED

§19.110
Scope.
§19.111
Suspension, removal, or prohibition.
§19.112
Informal hearing.
§19.113
Recommended and final decisions.
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Subpart D—EXEMPTION HEARINGS UNDER SECTION 12(H) OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934

§19.120
Scope.
§19.121
Application for exemption.
§19.122
Newspaper notice.
§19.123
Informal hearing.
§19.124
Decision of the Comptroller.
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Subpart E—DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS INVOLVING THE FEDERAL SECURITIES LAWS

§19.130
Scope.
§19.131
Notice of charges and answer.
§19.132
Disciplinary orders.
§19.135
Applications for stay or review of disciplinary actions imposed by registered clearing agencies.
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Subpart F—CIVIL MONEY PENALTY AUTHORITY UNDER THE SECURITIES LAWS

§19.140
Scope.
rule

Subpart G—CEASE-AND-DESIST AUTHORITY UNDER THE SECURITIES LAWS

§19.150
Scope.
rule

Subpart H—CHANGE IN BANK CONTROL

§19.160
Scope.
§19.161
Notice of disapproval and hearing initiation.
rule

Subpart I—DISCOVERY DEPOSITIONS AND SUBPOENAS

§19.170
Discovery depositions.
§19.171
Deposition subpoenas.
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Subpart J—FORMAL INVESTIGATIONS

§19.180
Scope.
§19.181
Confidentiality of formal investigations.
§19.182
Order to conduct a formal investigation.
§19.183
Rights of witnesses.
§19.184
Service of subpoena and payment of witness expenses.
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Subpart K—PARTIES AND REPRESENTATIONAL PRACTICE BEFORE THE OCC; STANDARDS OF CONDUCT

§19.190
Scope.
§19.191
Definitions.
§19.192
Sanctions relating to conduct in an adjudicatory proceeding.
§19.193
Censure, suspension or debarment.
§19.194
Eligibility of attorneys and accountants to practice.
§19.195
Incompetence.
§19.196
Disreputable conduct.
§19.197
Initiation of disciplinary proceeding.
§19.198
Conferences.
§19.199
Proceedings under this subpart.
§19.200
Effect of suspension, debarment or censure.
§19.201
Petition for reinstatement.
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Subpart L—EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE ACT

§19.210
Scope.
rule

Subpart M—PROCEDURES FOR RECLASSIFYING A BANK BASED ON CRITERIA OTHER THAN CAPITAL

§19.220
Scope.
§19.221
Reclassification of a bank based on unsafe or unsound condition or practice.
§19.222
Request for rescission of reclassification.
rule

Subpart N—ORDER TO DISMISS A DIRECTOR OR SENIOR EXECUTIVE OFFICER

§19.230
Scope.
§19.231
Order to dismiss a director or senior executive officer.
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Subpart O—CIVIL MONEY PENALTY ADJUSTMENTS

§19.240
Civil money penalties.
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Subpart P—REMOVAL, SUSPENSION, AND DEBARMENT OF ACCOUNTANTS FROM PERFORMING AUDIT SERVICES

§19.241
Scope.
§19.242
Definitions.
§19.243
Removal, suspension, or debarment.
§19.244
Automatic removal, suspension, and debarment.
§19.245
Notice of removal, suspension or debarment.
§19.246
Petition for reinstatement.


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