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Title 49Subtitle BChapter VPart 512Subpart C → §512.13


Title 49: Transportation
PART 512—CONFIDENTIAL BUSINESS INFORMATION
Subpart C—Additional Requirements


§512.13   What are the consequences for noncompliance with this part?

(a) If the submitter fails to comply with §512.4 of this part at the time the information is submitted to NHTSA or does not request an extension of time under §512.11, the claim for confidentiality may be waived, unless the agency is notified or otherwise becomes aware of the claim before the information is disclosed to the public. If the information is placed in a public docket or file, such placement is disclosure to the public within the meaning of this part and may preclude any claim for confidential treatment. The Chief Counsel may notify a submitter of information or, if applicable, a third party from whom the information was obtained, of inadequacies regarding a claim for confidential treatment and may allow the submitter or third party additional time to supplement the submission, but has no obligation to provide either notice or additional time.

(b) If the submitter does not provide the certificate required under §512.4(b) of this part or any supporting information required under §512.4(c) of this part, or if the information is insufficient to establish that the information should be afforded confidential treatment under the confidentiality standards set out in §512.15 of this part, a request that such information be treated confidentially may be denied. The Chief Counsel may notify a submitter of information of inadequacies in the supporting information and may allow the submitter additional time to supplement the showing, but has no obligation to provide either notice or additional time.

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