Part 22 - PROGRAM FRAUD CIVIL REMEDIES ACT OF 1986  


§ 22.1 Basis and purpose.
§ 22.2 Definitions.
§ 22.3 Basis for civil penalties and assessments.
§ 22.4 Investigation.
§ 22.5 Review by the reviewing official.
§ 22.6 Prerequisites for issuing a complaint.
§ 22.7 Complaint.
§ 22.8 Service of complaint.
§ 22.9 Answer.
§ 22.10 Default upon failure to file an answer.
§ 22.11 Referral of complaint and answer to the ALJ.
§ 22.12 Notice of hearing.
§ 22.13 Parties to the hearing.
§ 22.14 Separation of functions.
§ 22.15 Ex parte contacts.
§ 22.16 Disqualification of reviewing official or ALJ.
§ 22.17 Rights of parties.
§ 22.18 Authority of the ALJ.
§ 22.19 Prehearing conferences.
§ 22.20 Disclosure of documents.
§ 22.21 Discovery.
§ 22.22 Exchange of witness lists, statements, and exhibits.
§ 22.23 Subpoenas for attendance at hearing.
§ 22.24 Protective order.
§ 22.25 Fees.
§ 22.26 Form, filing and service of papers.
§ 22.27 Computation of time.
§ 22.28 Motions.
§ 22.29 Sanctions.
§ 22.30 The hearing and burden of proof.
§ 22.31 Determining the amount of penalties and assessments.
§ 22.32 Location of hearing.
§ 22.33 Witnesses.
§ 22.34 Evidence.
§ 22.35 The record.
§ 22.36 Post-hearing briefs.
§ 22.37 Initial decision.
§ 22.38 Reconsideration of initial decision.
§ 22.39 Appeal to authority head.
§ 22.40 Stays ordered by the Department of Justice.
§ 22.41 Stay pending appeal.
§ 22.42 Judicial review.
§ 22.43 Collection of civil penalties and assessments.
§ 22.44 Right to administrative offset.
§ 22.45 Deposit in Treasury of United States.
§ 22.46 Compromise or settlement.
§ 22.47 Limitations.

Authority

Pub. L. 99–509, §§6101–6104, 100 Stat. 1874, 31 U.S.C. 3801–3812.

Source

52 FR 48492, Dec. 22, 1987, unless otherwise noted.