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Title 22Chapter ISubchapter MPart 128


TITLE 22—Foreign Relations

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF STATE

SUBCHAPTER M—INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC IN ARMS REGULATIONS

PART 128—ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES

rule
§128.1
Exclusion of functions from the Administrative Procedure Act.
§128.2
Administrative Law Judge.
§128.3
Institution of Administrative Proceedings.
§128.4
Default.
§128.5
Answer and demand for oral hearing.
§128.6
Discovery.
§128.7
Prehearing conference.
§128.8
Hearings.
§128.9
Proceedings before and report of Administrative Law Judge.
§128.10
Disposition of proceedings.
§128.11
Consent agreements.
§128.12
Rehearings.
§128.13
Appeals.
§128.14
Confidentiality of proceedings.
§128.15
Orders containing probationary periods.
§128.16
Extension of time.
§128.17
Availability of orders.


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