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Title 16Chapter ISubchapter APart 3


TITLE 16—Commercial Practices

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER A—ORGANIZATION, PROCEDURES AND RULES OF PRACTICE

PART 3—RULES OF PRACTICE FOR ADJUDICATIVE PROCEEDINGS

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Subpart A—SCOPE OF RULES; NATURE OF ADJUDICATIVE PROCEEDINGS

§3.1
Scope of the rules in this part; expedition of proceedings.
§3.2
Nature of adjudicative proceedings.
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Subpart B—PLEADINGS

§3.11
Commencement of proceedings.
§3.12
Answer.
§3.13
Adjudicative hearing on issues arising in rulemaking proceedings under the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act.
§3.14
Intervention.
§3.15
Amendments and supplemental pleadings.
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Subpart C—PREHEARING PROCEDURES; MOTIONS; INTERLOCUTORY APPEALS; SUMMARY DECISIONS

§3.21
Prehearing procedures.
§3.22
Motions.
§3.23
Interlocutory appeals.
§3.24
Summary decisions.
§3.25
Consent agreement settlements.
§3.26
Motions following denial of preliminary injunctive relief.
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Subpart D—DISCOVERY; COMPULSORY PROCESS

§3.31
General discovery provisions.
§3.31A
Expert discovery.
§3.32
Admissions.
§3.33
Depositions.
§3.34
Subpoenas.
§3.35
Interrogatories to parties.
§3.36
Applications for subpoenas for records of or appearances by certain officials or employees of the Commission or officials or employees of governmental agencies other than the Commission, and subpoenas to be served in a foreign country.
§3.37
Production of documents, electronically stored information, and any tangible things; access for inspection and other purposes.
§3.38
Motion for order compelling disclosure or discovery; sanctions.
§3.38A
Withholding requested material.
§3.39
Orders requiring witnesses to testify or provide other information and granting immunity.
§3.40
Admissibility of evidence in advertising substantiation cases.
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Subpart E—HEARINGS

§3.41
General hearing rules.
§3.42
Presiding officials.
§3.43
Evidence.
§3.44
Record.
§3.45
In camera orders.
§3.46
Proposed findings, conclusions, and order.
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Subpart F—DECISION

§3.51
Initial decision.
§3.52
Appeal from initial decision.
§3.53
Review of initial decision in absence of appeal.
§3.54
Decision on appeal or review.
§3.55
Reconsideration.
§3.56
Effective date of orders; application for stay.
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Subpart G—[RESERVED]

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Subpart H—REOPENING OF PROCEEDINGS

§3.71
Authority.
§3.72
Reopening.
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Subpart I—RECOVERY OF AWARDS UNDER THE EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE ACT IN COMMISSION PROCEEDINGS

§3.81
General provisions.
§3.82
Information required from applicants.
§3.83
Procedures for considering applicants.


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