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Title 39Chapter ISubchapter NPart 953


TITLE 39—Postal Service

CHAPTER I—UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

SUBCHAPTER N—PROCEDURES

PART 953—RULES OF PRACTICE IN PROCEEDINGS RELATIVE TO MAILABILITY

rule
§953.1
Authority for rules.
§953.2
Initiation.
§953.3
Appeal.
§953.4
Service of notice; Reply; Motion for summary judgment.
§953.5
Hearings.
§953.6
Compromise and informal dispositions.
§953.7
Default; Appearances.
§953.8
Location of hearing.
§953.9
Change of place of hearing.
§953.10
Presiding officers.
§953.11
Proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law.
§953.12
Initial decision.
§953.13
Appeal from initial decision.
§953.14
Final Agency decision.
§953.15
Expedition.
§953.16
Disposition.
§953.17
Ex parte communications.


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