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Title 14Chapter ISubchapter BPart 13


TITLE 14—Aeronautics and Space

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER B—PROCEDURAL RULES

PART 13—INVESTIGATIVE AND ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES

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Subpart A—INVESTIGATIVE PROCEDURES

§13.1
Reports of violations.
§13.3
Investigations (general).
§13.5
Formal complaints.
§13.7
Records, documents and reports.
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Subpart B—ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS

§13.11
Administrative disposition of certain violations.
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Subpart C—LEGAL ENFORCEMENT ACTIONS

§13.13
Consent orders.
§13.14
Civil penalties: General.
§13.15
Civil penalties: Other than by administrative assessment.
§13.16
Civil Penalties: Administrative assessment against a person other than an individual acting as a pilot, flight engineer, mechanic, or repairman. Administrative assessment against all persons for hazardous materials violations.
§13.17
Seizure of aircraft.
§13.18
Civil penalties: Administrative assessment against an individual acting as a pilot, flight engineer, mechanic, or repairman.
§13.19
Certificate action.
§13.20
Orders of compliance, cease and desist orders, orders of denial, and other orders.
§13.21
Military personnel.
§13.23
Criminal penalties.
§13.25
Injunctions.
§13.27
Final order of Hearing Officer in certificate of aircraft registration proceedings.
§13.29
Civil penalties: Streamlined enforcement procedures for certain security violations.
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Subpart D—RULES OF PRACTICE FOR FAA HEARINGS

§13.31
Applicability.
§13.33
Appearances.
§13.35
Request for hearing.
§13.37
Hearing Officer's powers.
§13.39
Disqualification of Hearing Officer.
§13.41
[Reserved]
§13.43
Service and filing of pleadings, motions, and documents.
§13.44
Computation of time and extension of time.
§13.45
Amendment of notice and answer.
§13.47
Withdrawal of notice or request for hearing.
§13.49
Motions.
§13.51
Intervention.
§13.53
Depositions.
§13.55
Notice of hearing.
§13.57
Subpoenas and witness fees.
§13.59
Evidence.
§13.61
Argument and submittals.
§13.63
Record.
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Subpart E—ORDERS OF COMPLIANCE UNDER THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION ACT

§13.71
Applicability.
§13.73
Notice of proposed order of compliance.
§13.75
Reply or request for hearing.
§13.77
Consent order of compliance.
§13.79
Hearing.
§13.81
Order of immediate compliance.
§13.83
Appeal.
§13.85
Filing, service and computation of time.
§13.87
Extension of time.
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Subpart F—FORMAL FACT-FINDING INVESTIGATION UNDER AN ORDER OF INVESTIGATION

§13.101
Applicability.
§13.103
Order of investigation.
§13.105
Notification.
§13.107
Designation of additional parties.
§13.109
Convening the investigation.
§13.111
Subpoenas.
§13.113
Noncompliance with the investigative process.
§13.115
Public proceedings.
§13.117
Conduct of investigative proceeding or deposition.
§13.119
Rights of persons against self-incrimination.
§13.121
Witness fees.
§13.123
Submission by party to the investigation.
§13.125
Depositions.
§13.127
Reports, decisions and orders.
§13.129
Post-investigation action.
§13.131
Other procedures.
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Subpart G—RULES OF PRACTICE IN FAA CIVIL PENALTY ACTIONS

§13.201
Applicability.
§13.202
Definitions.
§13.203
Separation of functions.
§13.204
Appearances and rights of parties.
§13.205
Administrative law judges.
§13.206
Intervention.
§13.207
Certification of documents.
§13.208
Complaint.
§13.209
Answer.
§13.210
Filing of documents.
§13.211
Service of documents.
§13.212
Computation of time.
§13.213
Extension of time.
§13.214
Amendment of pleadings.
§13.215
Withdrawal of complaint or request for hearing.
§13.216
Waivers.
§13.217
Joint procedural or discovery schedule.
§13.218
Motions.
§13.219
Interlocutory appeals.
§13.220
Discovery.
§13.221
Notice of hearing.
§13.222
Evidence.
§13.223
Standard of proof.
§13.224
Burden of proof.
§13.225
Offer of proof.
§13.226
Public disclosure of evidence.
§13.227
Expert or opinion witnesses.
§13.228
Subpoenas.
§13.229
Witness fees.
§13.230
Record.
§13.231
Argument before the administrative law judge.
§13.232
Initial decision.
§13.233
Appeal from initial decision.
§13.234
Petition to reconsider or modify a final decision and order of the FAA decisionmaker on appeal.
§13.235
Judicial review of a final decision and order.
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Subpart H—CIVIL MONETARY PENALTY INFLATION ADJUSTMENT

§13.301
Scope and purpose.
§13.303
Definitions.
§13.305
Cost of living adjustments of civil monetary penalties.
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Subpart I—FLIGHT OPERATIONAL QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAMS

§13.401
Flight Operational Quality Assurance Program: Prohibition against use of data for enforcement purposes.


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