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TITLE 24—Housing and Urban Development

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT

PART 26—HEARING PROCEDURES

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Subpart A—HEARINGS BEFORE HEARING OFFICERS

§26.1
Purpose and scope.

Hearing Officer

§26.2
Hearing officer, powers, and duties.
§26.3
Ex parte communications.
§26.4
Sanctions.
§26.5
Disqualification of hearing officer.

Representation of the Parties

§26.6
Department representative.
§26.7
Respondent's representative.
§26.8
Standards of practice.

Pleadings and Motions

§26.9
Form and filing requirements.
§26.10
Service.
§26.11
Time computation.
§26.12
Notice of administrative action.
§26.13
Complaint.
§26.14
Answer.
§26.15
Amendments and supplemental pleadings.
§26.16
Motions.

Discovery

§26.17
Prehearing conference.
§26.18
Discovery.
§26.19
Request for production of documents.
§26.20
Depositions.
§26.21
Written interrogatories.
§26.22
Requests for admissions.

Hearings

§26.23
Public nature and timing of hearings; transcripts.
§26.24
Rules of evidence.
§26.25
Hearing officer's determination and order.

Secretarial Review

§26.26
Review of determination of hearing officers.
§26.27
Interlocutory rulings.
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Subpart B—HEARINGS PURSUANT TO THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT

§26.28
Purpose and scope.
§26.29
Definitions.
§26.30
Service and filing.
§26.31
Time computations.

Administrative Law Judge

§26.32
Powers and duties of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).
§26.33
Ex parte communications.
§26.34
Sanctions.
§26.35
Disqualification of ALJ.

Parties

§26.36
Parties to the hearing.
§26.37
Separation of functions.

Prehearing Procedures

§26.38
Commencement of action.
§26.39
Prehearing conferences.
§26.40
Motions.
§26.41
Default.

Discovery

§26.42
Discovery.
§26.43
Subpoenas.
§26.44
Protective orders.

Hearings

§26.45
General.
§26.46
Witnesses.
§26.47
Evidence.
§26.48
Posthearing briefs.
§26.49
The record.
§26.50
Initial decision.
§26.51
Interlocutory rulings.
§26.52
Appeal to the Secretary.
§26.53
Exhaustion of administrative remedies.
§26.54
Judicial review.
§26.55
Collection of civil penalties and assessments.
§26.56
Right to administrative offset.


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