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TITLE 13—Business Credit and Assistance

CHAPTER I—SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

PART 134—RULES OF PROCEDURE GOVERNING CASES BEFORE THE OFFICE OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS

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Subpart A—GENERAL RULES

§134.101
Definitions.
§134.102
Jurisdiction of OHA.
§134.103
[Reserved]
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Subpart B—RULES OF PRACTICE

§134.201
Scope of the rules in this subpart B.
§134.202
Commencement of cases.
§134.203
The appeal petition.
§134.204
Filing and service requirements.
§134.205
The appeal file, confidential information, and protective orders.
§134.206
The answer or response.
§134.207
Amendments and supplemental pleadings.
§134.208
Representation in cases before OHA.
§134.209
Requirement of signature.
§134.210
Intervention.
§134.211
Motions.
§134.212
Summary judgment.
§134.213
Discovery.
§134.214
Subpoenas.
§134.215
Interlocutory appeals.
§134.216
Alternative dispute resolution procedures.
§134.217
Settlement.
§134.218
Judges.
§134.219
Sanctions.
§134.220
Prohibition against ex parte communications.
§134.221
Prehearing conferences.
§134.222
Oral hearing.
§134.223
Evidence.
§134.224
[Reserved]
§134.225
The record.
§134.226
The decision.
§134.227
Finality of decisions.
§134.228
Review of initial decisions.
§134.229
Termination of jurisdiction.
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Subpart C—RULES OF PRACTICE FOR APPEALS FROM SIZE DETERMINATIONS AND NAICS CODE DESIGNATIONS

§134.301
Scope of the rules in this subpart C.
§134.302
Who may appeal.
§134.303
Advisory opinions.
§134.304
Commencement of appeals from size determinations and NAICS code designations.
§134.305
The appeal petition.
§134.306
Transmission of the case file and solicitation.
§134.307
Service and filing requirements.
§134.308
Limitation on new evidence and adverse inference from non-submission in appeals from size determinations.
§134.309
Response to an appeal petition.
§134.310
Discovery.
§134.311
Oral hearings.
§134.312
Evidence.
§134.313
Applicability of subpart B provisions.
§134.314
Standard of review and burden of proof.
§134.315
The record.
§134.316
The decision.
§134.317
Return of the case file.
§134.318
NAICS appeals.
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Subpart D—RULES OF PRACTICE FOR APPEALS UNDER THE 8(A) PROGRAM

§134.401
Scope of the rules in this subpart D.
§134.402
Appeal petition.
§134.403
Service of appeal petition.
§134.404
Deadline for filing appeal petition.
§134.405
Jurisdiction.
§134.406
Review of the administrative record.
§134.407
Evidence beyond the record and discovery.
§134.408
Summary decision.
§134.409
Decision on appeal.
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Subpart E—RULES OF PRACTICE FOR APPEALS FROM SERVICE-DISABLED VETERAN OWNED SMALL BUSINESS CONCERN PROTESTS

§134.501
What is the scope of the rules in this subpart E?
§134.502
Who may appeal?
§134.503
When must a person file an appeal from an SDVO SBC protest determination?
§134.504
[Reserved]
§134.505
What are the requirements for an appeal petition?
§134.506
What are the service and filing requirements?
§134.507
When does the D/GC transmit the protest file and to whom?
§134.508
What is the standard of review?
§134.509
When will a Judge dismiss an appeal?
§134.510
Who can file a response to an appeal petition and when must such a response be filed?
§134.511
Will the Judge permit discovery and oral hearings?
§134.512
What are the limitations on new evidence?
§134.513
When is the record closed?
§134.514
When must the Judge issue his or her decision?
§134.515
What are the effects of the Judge's decision?
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Subpart F—IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE ACT

§134.601
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§134.602
Under what circumstances may I apply for reimbursement?
§134.603
What is an adversary adjudication?
§134.604
What benefits may I claim?
§134.605
Under what circumstances are fees and expenses reimbursable?
§134.606
Who is eligible for possible reimbursement?
§134.607
How do I know which eligibility requirement applies to me?
§134.608
What are the special rules for calculating net worth and number of employees?
§134.609
What is the difference between a fee and an expense?
§134.610
Are there limitations on reimbursement for fees and expenses?
§134.611
What should I include in my application for an award?
§134.612
What must a net worth exhibit contain?
§134.613
What documentation do I need for fees and expenses?
§134.614
What deadlines apply to my application for an award and where do I send it?
§134.615
How will proceedings relating to my application for fees and expenses be conducted?
§134.616
How will I know if I receive an award?
§134.617
May I seek review of the ALJ's decision on my award?
§134.618
How are awards paid?
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Subpart G—RULES OF PRACTICE FOR APPEALS FROM WOMEN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESS CONCERN (WOSB) AND ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED WOSB CONCERN (EDWOSB) PROTESTS

§134.701
What is the scope of the rules in this subpart G?
§134.702
Who may appeal?
§134.703
When must a person file an appeal from an WOSB or EDWOSB protest determination?
§134.704
What are the effects of the appeal on the procurement at issue?
§134.705
What are the requirements for an appeal petition?
§134.706
What are the service and filing requirements?
§134.707
When does the D/GC transmit the protest file and to whom?
§134.708
What is the standard of review?
§134.709
When will a Judge dismiss an appeal?
§134.710
Who can file a response to an appeal petition and when must such a response be filed?
§134.711
Will the Judge permit discovery and oral hearings?
§134.712
What are the limitations on new evidence?
§134.713
When is the record closed?
§134.714
When must the Judge issue his or her decision?
§134.715
Can a Judge reconsider his decision?
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Subpart H—RULES OF PRACTICE FOR EMPLOYEE DISPUTES

§134.801
Scope of rules.
§134.802
[Reserved]
§134.803
Commencement of appeals from AMO decisions.
§134.804
The appeal petition.
§134.805
After the appeal petition is filed.
§134.806
Mediation.
§134.807
SBA response.
§134.808
The decision.
§134.809
Review of initial decision.


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