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§ 1.1216 Sanctions.
(a) Parties. Upon notice and hearing, any party to a proceeding who
directly or indirectly violates or causes the violation of any
provision of this subpart, or who fails to report the facts and
circumstances concerning any such violation as required by this
subpart, may be subject to sanctions as provided in paragraph (d) of
this section, or disqualified from further participation in that
proceeding. In proceedings other than a rulemaking, a party who has
violated or caused the violation of any provision of this subpart may
be required to show cause why his or her claim or interest in the
proceeding should not be dismissed, denied, disregarded, or otherwise
adversely affected. In any proceeding, such alternative or additional
sanctions as may be appropriate may also be imposed.
(b) Commission personnel. Commission personnel who violate provisions
of this subpart may be subject to appropriate disciplinary or other
remedial action as provided in part 19 of this chapter.
(c) Other persons. Such sanctions as may be appropriate under the
circumstances shall be imposed upon other persons who violate the
provisions of this subpart.
(d) Penalties. A party who has violated or caused the violation of any
provision of this subpart may be subject to admonishment, monetary
forfeiture, or to having his or her claim or interest in the proceeding
dismissed, denied, disregarded, or otherwise adversely affected. In any
proceeding, such alternative or additional sanctions as may be
appropriate also may be imposed. Upon referral from the General Counsel
following a finding of an ex parte violation pursuant to § 0.251(g) of
this chapter, the Enforcement Bureau shall have delegated authority to
impose sanctions in such matters pursuant to § 0.111(a)(15) of this
[ 62 FR 15858 , Apr. 3, 1997, as amended at 76 FR 24383 , May 2, 2011]
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Subpart I—Procedures Implementing the National Environmental Policy Act of
Source: 51 FR 15000 , Apr. 22, 1986, unless otherwise noted.
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Goto Section: 1.1214 | 1.1301
Goto Year: 2011 |
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