Part 21 - EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE  


Subpart A—General
§ 21.1 Equal Access to Justice Act.
§ 21.2 Time period when the Act applies.
§ 21.3 Definitions.
Subpart B—Which Adversary Adjudications Are Covered?
§ 21.10 Adversary adjudications covered by the Act.
§ 21.11 Effect of judicial review of adversary adjudication.
Subpart C—How Is Eligibility Determined?
§ 21.20 Types of eligible applicants.
§ 21.21 Determination of net worth and number of employees.
§ 21.22 Applicants representing others.
Subpart D—How Does One Apply for an Award?
§ 21.30 Time for filing application.
§ 21.31 Contents of application.
§ 21.32 Confidentiality of information about net worth.
§ 21.33 Allowable fees and expenses.
Subpart E—What Procedures Are Used in Considering Applications?
§ 21.40 Filing and service of documents.
§ 21.41 Answer to application.
§ 21.42 Reply.
§ 21.43 Comments by other parties.
§ 21.44 Further proceedings.
Subpart F—How Are Awards Determined?
§ 21.50 Standards for awards.
§ 21.51 Initial decision in applications not subject to the CRRA.
§ 21.52 Initial decision by an adjudicative officer in applications subject to CRRA jurisdiction.
§ 21.53 Final decision of the CRRA.
§ 21.54 Review by the Secretary.
§ 21.55 Final decision if the Secretary does not review.
§ 21.56 Judicial review.
Subpart G—How Are Awards Paid?
§ 21.60 Payment of awards.
§ 21.61 Release.

Authority

5 U.S.C. 504, unless otherwise noted.

Source

58 FR 47192, Sept. 7, 1993, unless otherwise noted.