The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1992
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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 480 - Supplement (Parts 5300—5399) 57 African Development Foundation (Parts 5700—5799) 61 General Services Administration Board of Contract Appeals (Parts 6100—6199) 63 Department of Transportation Board of Contract Appeals (Parts 6300—6399) 99 Cost Accounting Standards Board, Office of Federal Procurement Policy, Office of Management and Budget (Parts 9900— 9999) Title 49 — Transportation SUBTITLE A— Office of the Secretary of Transportation (Parts 1-99) SUBTITLE B— Other Regulations Relating...
Page 60 - VOC" means volatile organic compound, as defined by the Administrator. (t) PM-10.— The term "PM-10" means particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to a nominal ten micrometers, as measured by such method as the Administrator may determine. (u) NAAQS AND CTG.— The term "NAAQS" means national ambient air quality standard. The term "CTG" means a Control Technique Guideline published by the Administrator under section 108.
Page 413 - Record The transcript of testimony and exhibits, together with all papers and requests filed in the proceeding, shall constitute the exclusive record...
Page 390 - If the Administrator determines that a substantial number of any class or category of vehicles or engines, although properly maintained and used, do not conform to the regulations prescribed under section 202, when in actual use throughout their useful life...
Page 415 - If on motion under this rule judgment is not rendered upon the whole case or for all the relief asked and a trial is necessary, the...
Page 451 - Rules insofar as they relate to the arbitrator's powers and duties. When there is more than one arbitrator and a difference arises among them concerning the meaning or application of any such Rules, it shall be decided by a majority vote. If that is unobtainable, either an arbitrator or a party may refer the question to the AAA for final decision.
Page 453 - Section 31 and the date set for their receipt is later than that set for the receipt of briefs, the later date shall be the date of closing the hearing. The time limit within which the Arbitrator is required to make his award shall commence to run, in the absence of other agreements by the parties, upon the closing of the hearings.
Page 410 - ... 1 ) administer oaths and affirmations, (2) issue subpenas authorized by law, (3) rule upon offers of proof and receive relevant evidence, (4) take or cause depositions to be taken whenever the ends...
Page 453 - AWARD UPON SETTLEMENT — If the parties settle their dispute during the course of the arbitration, the Arbitrator, upon their request, may set forth the terms of the agreed settlement in an award.
Page 451 - Notice of the appointment of the neutral arbitrator, whether mutually appointed by the parties or by the AAA, shall be mailed to the arbitrator by the AAA, together with a copy of these rules, and the signed acceptance of the arbitrator shall be filed with the AAA prior to the opening of the first hearing.

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