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Title 18Chapter ISubchapter XPart 385


TITLE 18—Conservation of Power and Water Resources

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION, DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

SUBCHAPTER X—PROCEDURAL RULES

PART 385—RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

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Subpart A—APPLICABILITY AND DEFINITIONS

§385.101
Applicability (Rule 101).
§385.102
Definitions (Rule 102).
§385.103
References to rules (Rule 103).
§385.104
Rule of construction (Rule 104).
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Subpart B—PLEADINGS, TARIFF AND RATE FILINGS, NOTICES OF TARIFF OR RATE EXAMINATION, ORDERS TO SHOW CAUSE, INTERVENTION, AND SUMMARY DISPOSITION

§385.201
Applicability (Rule 201).
§385.202
Types of pleadings (Rule 202).
§385.203
Content of pleadings and tariff or rate filings (Rule 203).
§385.204
Applications (Rule 204).
§385.205
Tariff or rate filings (Rule 205).
§385.206
Complaints (Rule 206).
§385.207
Petitions (Rule 207).
§385.208
[Reserved]
§385.209
Notices of tariff or rate examination and orders to show cause (Rule 209).
§385.210
Method of notice; dates established in notice (Rule 210).
§385.211
Protests other than under Rule 208 (Rule 211).
§385.212
Motions (Rule 212).
§385.213
Answers (Rule 213).
§385.214
Intervention (Rule 214).
§385.215
Amendment of pleadings and tariff or rate filings (Rule 215).
§385.216
Withdrawal of pleadings and tariff or rate filings (Rule 216).
§385.217
Summary disposition (Rule 217).
§385.218
Simplified procedure for complaints involving small controversies (Rule 218).
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Subpart C—[RESERVED]

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Subpart D—DISCOVERY PROCEDURES FOR MATTERS SET FOR HEARING UNDER SUBPART E

§385.401
Applicability (Rule 401).
§385.402
Scope of discovery (Rule 402).
§385.403
Methods of discovery; general provisions (Rule 403).
§385.404
Depositions during proceedings (Rule 404).
§385.405
Use of depositions (Rule 405).
§385.406
Data requests, interrogatories, and requests for production of documents or things (Rule 406).
§385.407
Inspection of documents and other property (Rule 407).
§385.408
Admissions (Rule 408).
§385.409
Subpoenas (Rule 409).
§385.410
Objections to discovery, motions to quash or to compel, and protective orders (Rule 410).
§385.411
Sanctions (Rule 411).
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Subpart E—HEARINGS

§385.501
Applicability (Rule 501).
§385.502
Initiation of hearing (Rule 502).
§385.503
Consolidation, severance and extension of close-of-record date by Chief Administrative Law Judge (Rule 503).
§385.504
Duties and powers of presiding officers (Rule 504).
§385.505
Right of participants to present evidence (Rule 505).
§385.506
Examination of witnesses during hearing (Rule 506).
§385.507
Prepared written testimony (Rule 507).
§385.508
Exhibits (Rule 508).
§385.509
Admissibility of evidence (Rule 509).
§385.510
Miscellaneous provisions (Rule 510).
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Subpart F—CONFERENCES, SETTLEMENTS, AND STIPULATIONS

§385.601
Conferences (Rule 601).
§385.602
Submission of settlement offers (Rule 602).
§385.603
Settlement of negotiations before a settlement judge (Rule 603).
§385.604
Alternative means of dispute resolution (Rule 604).
§385.605
Arbitration (Rule 605).
§385.606
Confidentiality in dispute resolution proceedings (Rule 606).
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Subpart G—DECISIONS

§385.701
Applicability (Rule 701).
§385.702
Definitions (Rule 702).
§385.703
Contents of decisions (Rule 703).
§385.704
Rights of participants before initial decision (Rule 704).
§385.705
Additional powers of presiding officer with respect to briefs (Rule 705).
§385.706
Initial and reply briefs before initial decision (Rule 706).
§385.707
Oral argument before initial decision (Rule 707).
§385.708
Initial decisions by presiding officer (Rule 708).
§385.709
Other types of decisions (Rule 709).
§385.710
Waiver of the initial decision (Rule 710).
§385.711
Exceptions and briefs on and opposing exceptions after initial decision (Rule 711).
§385.712
Commission review of initial decisions in the absence of exceptions (Rule 712).
§385.713
Request for rehearing (Rule 713).
§385.714
Certified questions (Rule 714).
§385.715
Interlocutory appeals to the Commission from rulings of presiding officers (Rule 715).
§385.716
Reopening (Rule 716).
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Subpart H—SHORTENED PROCEDURES

§385.801
Waiver of hearing (Rule 801).
§385.802
Noncontested proceedings (Rule 802).
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Subpart I—COMMISSION REVIEW OF REMEDIAL ORDERS

§385.901
Scope (Rule 901).
§385.902
Definitions (Rule 902).
§385.903
Request for nondisclosure of information (Rule 903).
§385.904
Commencement of proceeding (Rule 904).
§385.905
Stay of contested order (Rule 905).
§385.906
Pleadings (Rule 906).
§385.907
New facts and issues (Rule 907).
§385.908
Discovery (Rule 908).
§385.909
Hearing (Rule 909).
§385.910
Conduct of the hearing (Rule 910).
§385.911
Burden of proof (Rule 911).
§385.912
Proposed findings of fact, conclusions of law, and comments (Rule 912).
§385.913
Proposed order (Rule 913).
§385.914
Commission action (Rule 914).
§385.915
Off-the-record communications (Rule 915).
§385.916
Withdrawal of petition for review (Rule 916).
§385.917
Sanctions (Rule 917).
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Subpart J—COMMISSION REVIEW OF ADJUSTMENT REQUEST DENIALS

§385.1001
Scope (Rule 1001).
§385.1002
Definitions (Rule 1002).
§385.1003
Request for nondisclosure of information (Rule 1003).
§385.1004
Commencement of proceedings (Rule 1004).
§385.1005
Replies (Rule 1005).
§385.1006
Request for hearing (Rule 1006).
§385.1007
Presiding officer (Rule 1007).
§385.1008
Hearings (Rule 1008).
§385.1009
Proof (Rule 1009).
§385.1010
Certification of the record (Rule 1010).
§385.1011
Final order (Rule 1011).
§385.1012
Off-the-record communications (Rule 1012).
§385.1013
Attachments to pleadings (Rule 1013).
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Subpart K—PETITIONS FOR ADJUSTMENTS UNDER THE NGPA

§385.1101
Applicability (Rule 1101).
§385.1102
Definitions (Rule 1102).
§385.1103
Commencement of proceeding (Rule 1103).
§385.1104
Initial petition (Rule 1104).
§385.1105
Intervention (Rule 1105).
§385.1106
Other filings (Rule 1106).
§385.1107
Evaluations (Rule 1107).
§385.1108
Criteria (Rule 1108).
§385.1109
Orders (Rule 1109).
§385.1110
Review of initial decision and order for adjustment (Rule 1110).
§385.1111
Conferences (Rule 1111).
§385.1112
Requests for confidential treatment (Rule 1112).
§385.1113
Interim relief (Rule 1113).
§385.1114
Motions (Rule 1114).
§385.1115
Procedural rulings (Rule 1115).
§385.1116
Appeals (Rule 1116).
§385.1117
Petition for adjustment treated as request for interpretation (Rule 1117).
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Subpart L—[RESERVED]

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Subpart M—COOPERATIVE PROCEDURE WITH STATE COMMISSIONS

§385.1301
Policy (Rule 1301).
§385.1302
Notice (Rule 1302).
§385.1303
Conferences (Rule 1303).
§385.1304
Procedure governing matters referred to a board (Rule 1304).
§385.1305
Joint and concurrent hearings (Rule 1305).
§385.1306
Intervention by State commissions (Rule 1306).
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Subpart N—OIL PIPELINE PROCEEDINGS

§385.1401
Applicability (Rule 1401).
§385.1402
Subscriber lists (Rule 1402).
§385.1403
Petitions seeking institution of rulemaking proceedings (Rule 1404).
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Subpart O—PROCEDURES FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF CIVIL PENALTIES UNDER SECTION 31 OF THE FEDERAL POWER ACT

§385.1501
Scope (Rule 1501).
§385.1502
Persons subject to civil penalties (Rule 1502).
§385.1503
Actions subjecting persons to civil penalties (Rule 1503).
§385.1504
Maximum civil penalty (Rule 1504).
§385.1505
Determination of proposed penalty amount (Rule 1505).
§385.1506
Notice of proposed penalty (Rule 1506).
§385.1507
Election of procedures and answer (Rule 1507).
§385.1508
Commission administrative procedures (Rule 1508).
§385.1509
District court procedures (Rule 1509).
§385.1510
Modification of civil penalty (Rule 1510).
§385.1511
Collection of civil penalties (Rule 1511).
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Subpart P—CIVIL MONETARY PENALTY INFLATION ADJUSTMENT

§385.1601
Scope and purpose (Rule 1601).
§385.1602
Civil penalties, as adjusted (Rule 1602).
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Subparts Q-R [Reserved]

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Subpart S—MISCELLANEOUS

§385.1901
Interpretations and interpretative rules under the NGPA (Rule 1901).
§385.1902
Appeals from action of staff (Rule 1902).
§385.1903
Notice in rulemaking proceedings (Rule 1903).
§385.1904
Copies of transcripts (Rule 1904).
§385.1907
Reports of compliance (Rule 1907).
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Subpart T—FORMAL REQUIREMENTS FOR FILINGS IN PROCEEDINGS BEFORE THE COMMISSION

§385.2001
Filings (Rule 2001).
§385.2002
Caption of filings (Rule 2002).
§385.2003
Specifications (Rule 2003).
§385.2004
Originals and copies of filings (Rule 2004).
§385.2005
Subscription and verification (Rule 2005).
§385.2006
Docket system (Rule 2006).
§385.2007
Time (Rule 2007).
§385.2008
Extensions of time (Rule 2008).
§385.2009
Notice (Rule 2009).
§385.2010
Service (Rule 2010).
§385.2011
Procedures for filing on electronic media (Rule 2011).
§385.2012
Petitions for review of Commission Orders (Rule 2012).
§385.2013
Notification of requests for Federal authorizations and requests for further information (Rule 2013).
§385.2014
Petitions for appeal or review of Federal authorizations (Rule 2014).
§385.2015
Videotapes (Rule 2015).
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Subpart U—APPEARANCE AND PRACTICE BEFORE THE COMMISSION

§385.2101
Appearances (Rule 2101).
§385.2102
Suspension (Rule 2102).
§385.2103
Appearance of former employees (Rule 2103).
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Subpart V—OFF-THE-RECORD COMMUNICATIONS; SEPARATION OF FUNCTIONS

§385.2201
Rules governing off-the-record communications (Rule 2201).
§385.2202
Separation of functions (Rule 2202).


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