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TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER E—PESTICIDE PROGRAMS

PART 179—FORMAL EVIDENTIARY PUBLIC HEARING

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§179.3
Definitions.
§179.5
Other authority.
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Subpart B—INITIATION OF HEARING

§179.20
Notice of hearing.
§179.24
Ex parte discussions; separation of functions.
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Subpart C—PARTICIPATION AND APPEARANCE; CONDUCT

§179.42
Notice of participation.
§179.45
Appearance.
§179.50
Conduct at oral hearings or conferences.
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Subpart D—PRESIDING OFFICER

§179.60
Designation and qualifications of presiding officer.
§179.70
Authority of presiding officer.
§179.75
Disqualification of deciding officials.
§179.78
Unavailability of presiding officer.
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Subpart E—HEARING PROCEDURES

§179.80
Filing and service.
§179.81
Availability of documents.
§179.83
Disclosure of data and information.
§179.85
Purpose of preliminary conference.
§179.86
Time and place of preliminary conference.
§179.87
Procedures for preliminary conference.
§179.89
Motions.
§179.90
Summary decisions.
§179.91
Burden of going forward; burden of persuasion.
§179.93
Testimony.
§179.94
Transcripts.
§179.95
Admission or exclusion of evidence; objections; offers of proof.
§179.97
Conferences during hearing.
§179.98
Briefs and arguments.
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Subpart F—DECISIONS AND APPEALS

§179.101
Interlocutory appeal from ruling of presiding officer.
§179.105
Initial decision.
§179.107
Appeal from or review of initial decision.
§179.110
Determination by Administrator to review initial decision.
§179.112
Decision by Administrator on appeal or review of initial decision.
§179.115
Motion to reconsider a final order.
§179.117
Designation and powers of judicial officer.
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Subpart G—JUDICIAL REVIEW

§179.125
Judicial review.
§179.130
Administrative record.


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