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Title 50Chapter IISubchapter CPart 221


TITLE 50—Wildlife and Fisheries

CHAPTER II—NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE, NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

SUBCHAPTER C—MARINE MAMMALS

PART 221—PRESCRIPTIONS IN FERC HYDROPOWER LICENSES

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§221.1
What is the purpose of this part, and to what license proceedings does it apply?
§221.2
What terms are used in this part?
§221.3
How are time periods computed?
§221.4
What deadlines apply to pending applications?
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Subpart B—HEARING PROCESS

Representatives

§221.10
Who may represent a party, and what requirements apply to a representative?

Document Filing and Service

§221.11
What are the form and content requirements for documents under this subpart?
§221.12
Where and how must documents be filed?
§221.13
What are the requirements for service of documents?

Initiation of Hearing Process

§221.20
What supporting information must NMFS provide with its preliminary prescriptions?
§221.21
How do I request a hearing?
§221.22
How do I file a notice of intervention and response?
§221.23
When will hearing requests be consolidated?
§221.24
How will NMFS respond to any hearing requests?
§221.25
What will NMFS do with any hearing requests?
§221.26
What regulations apply to a case referred for a hearing?

General Provisions Related to Hearings

§221.30
What will the Department of Commerce's designated ALJ office do with a case referral?
§221.31
What are the powers of the ALJ?
§221.32
What happens if the ALJ becomes unavailable?
§221.33
Under what circumstances may the ALJ be disqualified?
§221.34
What is the law governing ex parte communications?
§221.35
What are the requirements for motions?

Prehearing Conferences and Discovery

§221.40
What are the requirements for prehearing conferences?
§221.41
How may parties obtain discovery of information needed for the case?
§221.42
When must a party supplement or amend information it has previously provided?
§221.43
What are the requirements for written interrogatories?
§221.44
What are the requirements for depositions?
§221.45
What are the requirements for requests for documents or tangible things or entry on land?
§221.46
What sanctions may the ALJ impose for failure to comply with discovery?
§221.47
What are the requirements for subpoenas and witness fees?

Hearing, Briefing, and Decision

§221.50
When and where will the hearing be held?
§221.51
What are the parties' rights during the hearing?
§221.52
What are the requirements for presenting testimony?
§221.53
How may a party use a deposition in the hearing?
§221.54
What are the requirements for exhibits, official notice, and stipulations?
§221.55
What evidence is admissible at the hearing?
§221.56
What are the requirements for transcription of the hearing?
§221.57
What is the standard of proof?
§221.58
When will the hearing record close?
§221.59
What are the requirements for post-hearing briefs?
§221.60
What are the requirements for the ALJ's decision?
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Subpart C—ALTERNATIVES PROCESS

§221.70
How must documents be filed and served under this subpart?
§221.71
How do I propose an alternative?
§221.72
What will NMFS do with a proposed alternative?
§221.73
How will NMFS analyze a proposed alternative and formulate its modified prescription?
§221.74
Has OMB approved the information collection provisions of this subpart?


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