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Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR) - Table of Contents
• Part Number: 1955
• Part Title: Procedures for Withdrawl of Approval of State Plans
• Standard Number: 1955
• Title: Table of Contents/Authority for 1955
• GPO Source: e-CFR


Subpart A - General

1955.1 Purpose and scope.
1955.2 Definitions.
1955.3 General policy.
1955.4 Effect of withdrawal of approval.
1955.5 Petitions for withdrawal of approval.

Subpart B - Notice of Formal Proceeding

1955.10 Publication of notice of formal proceeding.
1955.11 Contents of notice of formal proceeding.
1955.12 Administrative law judge; powers and duties.
1955.13 Disqualification.
1955.14 Ex parte communications.
1955.15 Manner of service and filing.
1955.16 Time.
1955.17 Determination of parties.
1955.18 Provision for written comments.

Subpart C - Consent Findings and Summary Decisions

1955.20 Consent findings and orders.
1955.21 Motion for a summary decision.
1955.22 Summary decision.

Subpart D - Preliminary Conference and Discovery

1955.30 Submission of documentary evidence.
1955.31 Preliminary conference.
1955.32 Discovery.
1955.33 Sanctions for failure to comply with orders.
1955.34 Fees of witnesses.

Subpart E - Hearing and Decision

1955.40 Hearings.
1955.41 Decision of the administrative law judge.
1955.42 Exceptions.
1955.43 Transmission of the record.
1955.44 Final decision.
1955.45 Effect of appeal of administrative law judge's decision.
1955.46 Finality for purposes of judicial review.
1955.47 Judicial review.

Authority: Secs. 8 and 18, 84 Stat. 1608 (29 U.S.C. 657, 667); Secretary of Labor's Order No. 1-2012 (77 FR 3912, Jan. 25, 2012).

[80 FR 49908, August 18, 2015]

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