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Title 39Chapter IIISubchapter APart 3001


TITLE 39—Postal Service

CHAPTER III—POSTAL REGULATORY COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER A—PERSONNEL

PART 3001—RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

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Subpart A—RULES OF GENERAL APPLICABILITY

§3001.1
Construction of rules.
§3001.2
[Reserved]
§3001.3
Scope of rules.
§3001.4
Method of citing rules.
§3001.5
Definitions.
§3001.6
Appearances.
§3001.7
Ex parte communications.
§3001.8
No participation by investigative or prosecuting officers.
§3001.9
Filing of documents.
§3001.10
Form and number of copies of documents.
§3001.11
General contents of documents.
§3001.12
Service of documents.
§3001.13
Docket and hearing calendar.
§3001.14
Consolidation and separation of proceedings.
§3001.15
Computation of time.
§3001.16
Continuances and extensions of time.
§3001.17
Notice of proceeding.
§3001.18
Nature of proceedings.
§3001.19
Notice of prehearing conference or hearing.
§3001.20
Formal intervention.
§3001.20a
Limited participation by persons not parties.
§3001.20b
Informal expression of views by persons not parties or limited participators (commenters).
§3001.21
Motions.
§3001.22
Requests for waiver.
§3001.23
Presiding officers.
§3001.24
Prehearing conferences.
§3001.25
Discovery—general policy.
§3001.26
Interrogatories for purpose of discovery.
§3001.27
Requests for production of documents or things for purpose of discovery.
§3001.28
Requests for admissions for purpose of discovery.
§3001.29
Settlement conferences.
§3001.30
Hearings.
§3001.31
Evidence.
§3001.31a
In camera orders.
§3001.32
Appeals from rulings of the presiding officer.
§3001.33
Depositions.
§3001.34
Briefs.
§3001.35
Proposed findings and conclusions.
§3001.36
Oral argument before the presiding officer.
§3001.37
Oral argument before the Commission.
§3001.38
Omission of intermediate decisions.
§3001.39
Intermediate decisions.
§3001.40
Exceptions to intermediate decisions.
§3001.41
Rulemaking proceedings.
§3001.42
[Reserved]
§3001.43
Public attendance at Commission meetings.
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Subparts B-C [Reserved]

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Subpart D—RULES APPLICABLE TO REQUESTS FOR CHANGES IN THE NATURE OF POSTAL SERVICES

§3001.71
Applicability.
§3001.72
Advisory opinion and special studies.
§3001.73
Computation of time.
§3001.74
Service by the Postal Service.
§3001.75
Motions.
§§3001.76-3001.79
[Reserved]
§3001.80
Procedural schedule.
§3001.81
Pre-filing requirements.
§3001.82
Filing of formal requests.
§3001.83
Contents of formal requests.
§3001.84
Filing of prepared direct evidence.
§3001.85
Mandatory technical conference.
§3001.86
Discovery—in general.
§3001.87
Interrogatories.
§3001.88
Production of documents.
§3001.89
Admissions.
§3001.90
Rebuttal testimony.
§3001.91
Surrebuttal testimony.
§3001.92
Hearings.
§3001.93
Initial and reply briefs.
Appendix
Appendix A to Subpart D of Part 3001—Pro Forma N-Case Procedural Schedule
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Subparts E-L [Reserved]



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