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Title 27Chapter IISubchapter EPart 771


TITLE 27—Alcohol, Tobacco Products and Firearms

CHAPTER II—BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS, AND EXPLOSIVES, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

SUBCHAPTER E—EXPLOSIVE LICENSE AND PERMIT PROCEEDINGS

PART 771—RULES OF PRACTICE IN EXPLOSIVE LICENSE AND PERMIT PROCEEDINGS

rule

Subpart A—SCOPE AND CONSTRUCTION OF REGULATIONS

§771.1
Scope of part.
§771.2
Liberal construction.
§771.3
Forms prescribed.
rule

Subpart B—DEFINITIONS

§771.5
Meaning of terms.
rule

Subpart C—GENERAL

§771.25
Communications and pleadings.
§771.26
Service on applicant, licensee, or permittee.
§771.27
Service on the Director of Industry Operations or Director.

Time

§771.28
Computation.
§771.29
Continuances and extensions.

Representation at Hearings

§771.30
Personal representation.
§771.31
Attorneys and other representatives.
rule

Subpart D—COMPLIANCE AND SETTLEMENT

§771.35
Opportunity for compliance.
§771.36
Settlement.
§771.37
Notice of contemplated action.
§771.38
Licensee's or permittee's failure to meet requirements within reasonable time.
§771.39
Authority of Director of Industry Operations to proceed with revocation or denial action.
rule

Subpart E—REVOCATION OR DENIAL

§771.40
Denial of initial application.
§771.41
Denial of renewal application or revocation of license or permit.
§771.42
Grounds for revocation of licenses or permits.
§771.43
Grounds for denial of applications for licenses or permits.
rule

Subpart F—HEARING PROCEDURE

Notices

§771.55
Content.
§771.56
Forms.
§771.57
Execution and disposition.
§771.58
Designated place of hearing.

Request for Hearing

§771.59
Initial application proceedings.
§771.60
Revocation or denial of renewal proceedings.
§771.61
Notice of hearing.

Non-Request for Hearing

§771.62
Initial application.
§771.63
Revocation or denial of renewal.

Responses to Notices

§771.64
Answers.
§771.65
Responses admitting facts.
§771.66
Initial conferences.

Failure to Appear

§771.67
Initial applications.
§771.68
Revocation or denial of renewal.

Waiver of Hearing

§771.69
Withdrawal of request for hearing.
§771.70
Adjudication based upon written submissions.

Surrender of License or Permit

§771.71
Before citation.
§771.72
After citation.

Motions

§771.73
General.
§771.74
Prior to hearing.
§771.75
At hearing.

Hearing

§771.76
General.
§771.77
Initial applications.
§771.78
Revocation or denial of renewal.

Burden of Proof

§771.79
Initial applications.
§771.80
Revocation or denial of renewal.

General

§771.81
Stipulations at hearing.
§771.82
Evidence.
§771.83
Closing of hearings; arguments, briefs, and proposed findings.
§771.84
Reopening of the hearing.

Record of Testimony

§771.85
Stenographic record.
§771.86
Oath of reporter.
rule

Subpart G—ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES

§771.95
Responsibilities of administrative law judges.
§771.96
Disqualification.
§771.97
Powers.
§771.98
Separation of functions.
§771.99
Conduct of hearing.
§771.100
Unavailability of administrative law judge.
rule

Subpart H—DECISIONS

§771.105
Administrative law judge's findings and recommended decision.
§771.106
Certification and transmittal of record and decision.

Action by Director of Industry Operations

§771.107
Initial application proceedings.
§771.108
Director of Industry Operations' decision.
§771.109
Revocation or denial of renewal proceedings.
§771.110
Revocation or denial of renewal.
§771.111
Proceedings involving violations not within the division of issuance of license or permit.
rule

Subpart I—REVIEW

§771.120
Appeal on petition to the Director.
§771.121
Review by Director.
§771.122
Denial of renewal or revocation.
§771.123
Court review.
rule

Subpart J—MISCELLANEOUS

§771.124
Depositions.
§771.125
Witnesses and fees.
§771.126
Discovery.
§771.127
Privileges.

Record

§771.135
What constitutes record.
§771.136
Availability.

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