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Title 46Chapter IISubchapter APart 201


TITLE 46—Shipping

CHAPTER II—MARITIME ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER A—POLICY, PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

PART 201—RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

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Subpart A—GENERAL INFORMATION (RULE 1)

§201.1
Scope of rules.
§201.2
Mailing address; hours.
§201.3
Authentication of rules, orders, determinations and decisions of the Administration.
§§201.4-201.5
[Reserved]
§201.6
Documents in foreign languages.
§201.7
Information; special instructions.
§201.8
Use of gender and number.
§201.9
Suspension, amendment, etc., of rules.
rule

Subpart B—APPEARANCE AND PRACTICE BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATION (RULE 2)

§201.15
Appearance in person or by representative.
§201.16
Authority for representation.
§201.17
Written appearance.
§201.18
Practice before the Administration defined.
§201.19
Presiding officers.
§201.20
Attorneys at law.
§201.21
[Reserved]
§201.22
Firms and corporations.
§201.23
[Reserved]
§201.24
Suspension or disbarment.
§201.25
Statement of interest.
§201.26
Former employees.
rule

Subpart C—PARTIES (RULE 3)

§201.30
Parties; how designated.
§201.31
Public counsel.
§201.32
Substitution of parties.
rule

Subpart D—FORM, EXECUTION AND SERVICE OF DOCUMENTS (RULE 4)

§201.41
Form and appearance of documents filed with the Administration.
§201.42
Subscription, authentication of documents.
§201.43
Service by parties.
§201.44
Date of service.
§201.45
Certificate of service.
§201.46
Copies of documents for use of the Administration.
rule

Subpart E—TIME (RULE 5)

§201.51
Computation.
§201.52
Additional time after service by mail.
§201.53
Extension of time to file documents.
§201.54
Reduction of time to file documents.
§201.55
Postponement of hearing.
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Subpart F—RULE MAKING (RULE 6)

§201.61
Petition for issuance, amendment, or repeal of rule or regulation.
§201.62
Notice of proposed rule making.
§201.63
Participation in rule making.
§201.64
Contents of rules.
§201.65
Effective date of rules.
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Subpart G—FORMAL PROCEEDINGS, NOTICE, PLEADINGS, REPLIES (RULE 7)

§201.71
Commencement of proceedings.
§201.72
Notice.
§201.73
Joinder of proceedings.
§201.74
Declaratory orders.
§201.75
Petitions—general.
§201.76
Applications for Government aid.
§201.77
Amendments or supplements to pleadings.
§201.78
Petition for leave to intervene.
§201.79
Motions.
§201.80
Answers to applications, petitions, or motions.
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Subpart H—RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES OF PRESIDING OFFICER (RULE 8)

§201.85
Commencement of functions of Department of Transportation Office of Hearings.
§201.86
Presiding officer.
§201.87
Authority of presiding officer.
§201.88
Postponement or change of place by presiding officer.
§201.89
Disqualification of presiding officer.
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Subpart I—SUMMARY DISPOSITION (RULE 9)

§201.91
Filing of motions, answers.
§201.92
Ruling on motion.
§201.93
Review of ruling, appeal.
rule

Subpart J—PREHEARING CONFERENCE; SETTLEMENTS; PROCEDURAL AGREEMENTS (RULE 10)

§201.101
Prehearing conference.
§201.102
Prehearing rulings.
§201.103
Opportunity for agreement of parties and settlement of case.
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Subpart K—DISCOVERY AND DEPOSITIONS (RULE 11)

§201.109
Discovery and production of documents.
§201.110
Depositions: request for orders to take; time of filing.
§201.111
Contents of order.
§201.112
Record of examination; oath; objections.
§201.113
Submission to witness, changes, signing.
§201.114
Certification and filing by officer; copies.
§201.115
Waiver of objections and admissibility.
§201.116
Time of filing.
§201.117
Inclusion in record.
§201.118
Witness fees; expenses of taking depositions.
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Subpart L—SUBPOENAS (RULE 12)

§201.121
Application for subpoena ad testificandum.
§201.122
Application for subpoena duces tecum.
§201.123
Standards for issuance of subpoena duces tecum.
§201.124
Service and quashing of subpoenas.
§201.125
Attendance and mileage fees.
§201.126
Service of subpoenas.
§201.127
Subpoena of Administration employees, documents, or things.
rule

Subpart M—HEARING PROCEDURES (RULE 13)

§201.131
Presentation of evidence.
§201.132
Conduct of the hearing.
§201.133
Appeal from ruling of presiding officer.
§201.134
Separation of functions.
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Subpart N—EVIDENCE (RULE 14)

§201.136
Evidence admissible.
§201.137
Rights of parties as to presentation of evidence.
§201.138
Unsponsored written material.
§201.139
Documents containing matter both material and not material.
§201.140
Records in other proceedings.
§201.141
Stipulations.
§201.142
Further evidence required by presiding officer during hearing.
§201.143
Exceptions to rulings of presiding officer unnecessary.
§201.144
Offer of proof.
rule

Subpart O—THE RECORD: CONTENTS; DEVELOPMENT; PERFECTION; CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT (RULE 15)

§201.146
Receipt of documents after hearing.
§201.147
Official transcript.
§201.148
Corrections of transcript.
§201.149
Copies of data or evidence.
§201.150
Record for decision.
§201.151
Objections to public disclosure of information.
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Subpart P—BRIEFS, REQUESTS FOR FINDINGS, DECISIONS, EXCEPTIONS (RULE 16)

§201.155
Briefs; request for findings.
§201.156
Requests for extension of time for filing briefs.
§201.157
Reopening of a case by presiding officer prior to decision.
§201.158
Decisions, authority to make and kinds.
§201.159
Decisions; contents and service.
§201.160
Decision based on official notice.
§201.161
Exceptions to, and review by the Administration of initial or recommended decisions.
§201.162
Replies to exceptions.
§201.163
Request for extension of time for filing exceptions and replies thereto.
§201.164
Certification of record by presiding officer.
rule

Subpart Q—ORAL ARGUMENT; SUBMITTAL FOR FINAL DECISION (RULE 17)

§201.166
Oral argument.
§201.167
Submission to Administration for final decision.
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Subpart R—STAY OF ADMINISTRATION'S DECISION, REOPENING OF PROCEEDINGS (RULE 18)

§201.171
Stay of Administration's decision.
§201.172
Time for filing petition to reopen.
§201.173
Reopening by Administration and modification or setting aside of decision.
§201.174
Petition for reopening.
§201.175
Answers to petition to reopen.
rule

Subpart S—JUDICIAL STANDARDS OF PRACTICE (RULE 19)

§201.181
General matters.
§201.182
Improper pressures.
§201.183
Ex parte communications.
rule

Subpart T—EFFECTIVE DATE (RULE 20)

§201.185
Effective date and applicability of rules.


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