The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966
The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.

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Page 16 - Oral argument before the presiding officer shall be in the discretion of the presiding officer. Such argument, when permitted, may be limited by the presiding officer to any extent that he finds necessary for the expeditious disposition of the proceeding and shall be reduced to writing and made part of the transcript. (b) Briefs, proposed findings and conclusions. The presiding officer shall announce at the hearing a reasonable period of time within which interested persons may file with the hearing...
Page 49 - Secretary may designate, shall, if so directed by the Secretary, liquidate the business of the market administrator's office, and dispose of all funds and property then in his possession or under his control, together with claims for any funds which are unpaid or owing at the time of such suspension or termination.
Page 207 - Retention of records. All books and records required under this part to be made available to the market administrator shall be retained by the handler for a period of three years to begin at the end of the month to which such books and records pertain: Provided, That if, within such three-year period, the market administrator notifies the handler in writing that the retention of such books and records, or of specified books and records is necessary in connection with a proceeding under section 8c(15...

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