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Title 43Subtitle APart 35


TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR

PART 35—ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDIES FOR FRAUDULENT CLAIMS AND STATEMENTS

rule
§35.1
Basis and purpose.
§35.2
Definitions.
§35.3
Basis for civil penalties and assessments.
§35.4
Investigation.
§35.5
Review by reviewing official.
§35.6
Prerequisites for issuing a complaint.
§35.7
Complaint.
§35.8
Service of complaint.
§35.9
Answer.
§35.10
Default upon failure to file an answer.
§35.11
Referral of complaint and answer to the ALJ.
§35.12
Notice of hearing.
§35.13
Parties to the hearing.
§35.14
Separation of functions.
§35.15
Ex parte contacts.
§35.16
Disqualification of reviewing official or ALJ.
§35.17
Rights of parties.
§35.18
Authority of the ALJ.
§35.19
Pre-hearing conferences.
§35.20
Disclosure of documents.
§35.21
Discovery.
§35.22
Exchange of witness lists, statements and exhibits.
§35.23
Subpoenas for attendance at hearing.
§35.24
Protective order.
§35.25
Fees.
§35.26
Form, filing and service of papers.
§35.27
Computation of time.
§35.28
Motions.
§35.29
Sanctions.
§35.30
The hearing and burden of proof.
§35.31
Determining the amount of penalties and assessments.
§35.32
Location of hearing.
§35.33
Witnesses.
§35.34
Evidence.
§35.35
The record.
§35.36
Post-hearing briefs.
§35.37
Initial decision.
§35.38
Reconsideration of initial decision.
§35.39
Appeal to the Secretary of the Interior.
§35.40
Stays ordered by the Department of Justice.
§35.41
Stay pending appeal.
§35.42
Judicial review.
§35.43
Collection of civil penalties and assessments.
§35.44
Right to administrative offset.
§35.45
Deposit in Treasury of United States.
§35.46
Compromise or settlement.
§35.47
Limitations.

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