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Title 15Subtitle BChapter IXSubchapter APart 904


TITLE 15—Commerce and Foreign Trade

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO COMMERCE AND FOREIGN TRADE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER IX—NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL REGULATIONS

PART 904—CIVIL PROCEDURES

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§904.1
Purpose and scope.
§904.2
Definitions and acronyms.
§904.3
Filing and service of notices, documents, and other papers.
§904.4
Computation of time periods.
§904.5
Appearances.
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Subpart B—CIVIL PENALTIES

§904.100
General.
§904.101
Notice of violation and assessment (NOVA).
§904.102
Procedures upon receipt of a NOVA.
§904.103
Hearing.
§904.104
Final administrative decision.
§904.105
Payment of final civil penalty.
§904.106
Compromise of civil penalty.
§904.107
Joint and several respondents.
§904.108
Factors considered in assessing civil penalties.
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Subpart C—HEARING AND APPEAL PROCEDURES

General

§904.200
Scope and applicability.
§904.201
Hearing requests and case docketing.
§904.202
Filing of documents.
§904.203
[Reserved]
§904.204
Duties and powers of Judge.
§904.205
Disqualification of Judge.
§904.206
Pleadings, motions, and service.
§904.207
Amendment of pleading or record.
§904.208
Extensions of time.
§904.209
Expedited administrative proceedings.
§904.210
Summary decision.
§904.211
Failure to appear.
§904.212
Failure to prosecute or defend.
§904.213
Settlements.
§904.214
Stipulations.
§904.215
Consolidation.
§904.216
Prehearing conferences.

Discovery

§904.240
Discovery generally.
§904.241
Depositions.
§904.242
Interrogatories.
§904.243
Admissions.
§904.244
Production of documents and inspection.
§904.245
Subpoenas.

Hearings

§904.250
Notice of time and place of hearing.
§904.251
Evidence.
§904.252
Witnesses.
§904.253
Closing of record.
§904.254
Interlocutory review.
§904.255
Ex parte communications.

Post-Hearing

§904.260
Recordation of hearing.
§904.261
Post-hearing briefs.

Decision

§904.270
Record of decision.
§904.271
Initial decision.
§904.272
Petition for reconsideration.
§904.273
Administrative review of decision.
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Subpart D—PERMIT SANCTIONS AND DENIALS

General

§904.300
Scope and applicability.
§904.301
Bases for permit sanctions or denials.
§904.302
Notice of permit sanction (NOPS).
§904.303
Notice of intent to deny permit (NIDP).
§904.304
Opportunity for hearing.
§904.305
Final administrative decision.

Permit Sanctions for Noncompliance

§904.310
Nature of permit sanctions.
§904.311
Compliance.

Permit Sanction for Violations

§904.320
Nature of permit sanctions.
§904.321
Reinstatement of permit.
§904.322
Interim action.
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Subpart E—WRITTEN WARNINGS

§904.400
Purpose and scope.
§904.401
Written warning as a prior violation.
§904.402
Procedures.
§904.403
Review and appeal of a written warning.
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Subpart F—SEIZURE AND FORFEITURE PROCEDURES

§904.500
Purpose and scope.
§904.501
Notice of seizure.
§904.502
Bonded release of seized property.
§904.503
Appraisement.
§904.504
Administrative forfeiture proceedings.
§904.505
Summary sale.
§904.506
Remission of forfeiture and restoration of proceeds of sale.
§904.507
Recovery of certain storage costs.
§904.508
Voluntary forfeiture by abandonment.
§904.509
Disposal of forfeited property.
§904.510
Return of seized property.


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