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Street, NW., Washington, DC 20552. Appeals may also be sent by e-mail or facsimile to the e-mail address and facsimile number in $ 505.2 of this part. [67 FR 78151, Dec. 23, 2002]
$ 505.5 Delivery of process.
Service of process will be received as set forth in $510.4 of this chapter. [54 FR 49444, Nov. 30, 1989)
PART 506-INFORMATION COLLEC
TION REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE
AUTHORITY: 44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.
8 506.1 OMB control numbers assigned
pursuant to the Paperwork Reduc
tion Act. (a) Purpose. This part collects and displays the control numbers assigned to information collection requirements contained in regulations of the Office of Thrift Supervision by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, Pub. L. 104-13, 109 Stat. 163, and is adopted in compliance with the requirements of 5 CFR 1320.8. Information collection requirements that are not mandated by statute must be assigned control numbers by OMB in order to be enforceable. Respondents/ recordkeepers are not required to comply with any collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number.
12 CFR part or section where
identified and described
Part 550 Part 551 551.50 551.70 through 551.100 551.140 551.150 552.2-1 552.2-6 552.4 552.5 552.11 552.13 555.300 555.310 557.20 559.3 559.11 559.12 559.13 560.1 560.2 560.32 560.35 560.93(1) 560.101 560.170(c) 560.172 560.210 562.1 562.1(b) 562.4 563.1(b) 563.3 563.22 563.41(c)(3) and (4) 563.43 563.47(e) 563.74 563.76(c) 563.81 563.143 through 563.146 563.170 563.177 563.180 563.180(d) 563.180(0) 563.181 563.183 Part 563b Part 563d Part 563e Part 5631 Part 563g Part 564 Part 568 572.6 572.7 572.9 572.10 Part 573 574.3(b) 574.4 574.5 574.6 Part 575 584.1(0) 584.2-1 584.2-2 584.9 590.4(h)
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Current OMB control No.
[60 FR 66716, Dec. 26, 1995, as amended by 61 FR 65178, Dec. 11, 1996; 62 FR 54764, Oct. 22, 1997; 62 FR 66261, Dec. 18, 1997; 63 FR 71211, Dec. 24, 1998; 65 FR 78901, Dec. 18, 2000; 66 FR 15017, Mar. 15, 2001; 66 FR 65819, Dec. 21, 2001; 67 FR 76298, Dec. 12, 2002; 67 FR 77916, Dec. 20, 2002; 67 FR 78151, Dec. 23, 2002; 68 FR 75109, Dec. 30, 2003]
PART 508-REMOVALS, SUSPEN
SIONS, AND PROHIBITIONS WHERE A CRIME IS CHARGED OR PROVEN
Sec. 508.1 Scope. 508.2 Definitions. 508.3 Issuance of Notice or Order. 508.4 Contents and service of the Notice or
Order. 508.5 Petition for hearing. 508.6 Initiation of hearing. 508.7 Conduct of hearings. 508.8 Default. 508.9 Rules of evidence. 508.10 Burden of persuasion. 508.11 Relevant considerations. 508.12 Proposed findings and conclusions
and recommended decision. 508.13 Decision of the Office. 508.14 Miscellaneous.
(b) The term Secretary means the Secretary to the Office and any Assistant or Acting Secretary to the Office.
(C) The term Notice means a Notice of Suspension or Notice of Prohibition issued by the Office pursuant to section 8(g) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.
(d) The term Order means an Order of Removal or Order of Prohibition issued by the Office pursuant to section 8(g) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.
(e) The term association means a savings association within the meaning of section 2(4) of the Home Owners' Loan Act of 1933, as amended, 12 U.S.C. 1462(4) (“HOLA”), an affiliate service corporation within the meaning of section 8(b)(8) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, as amended, 12 U.S.C. 1818(b)(8) (“FDIA”), a savings and loan holding company within the meaning of section 10(a)(1)(D) of the HOLA, 12 U.S.C. 1467a(a)(1)(D) and a subsidiary of a savings and loan holding company (other than a savings association) within the meaning of section 10(a)(1)(G) of the Home Owners' Loan Act of 1933.
(f) The term subject individual means a person served with a Notice or Order.
(g) The term petitioner means a subject individual who has filed a petition for informal hearing under this part.
AUTHORITY: 12 U.S.C. 1464, 1818.
SOURCE: 54 FR 49444, Nov. 30, 1989, unless otherwise noted.
$ 508.1 Scope.
The rules in this part apply to hearings, which are exempt from the adjudicative provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act, afforded to any officer, director, or other person participating in the conduct of the affairs of a savings association, affiliate service corporation, savings and loan holding company, or subsidiary of such a holding company, where such person has been suspended or removed from office or prohibited from further participation in the conduct of the affairs of one of the aforementioned entities by a Notice or Order served by the Office upon the grounds set forth in section 8(g) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, (12 U.S.C. 1818(g)).
$ 508.3 Issuance of Notice or Order.
(a) The Office may issue and serve a Notice upon an officer, director, or other person participating in the conduct of the affairs of an association, where the individual is charged in any information, indictment, or complaint with the commission of or participation in a crime involving dishonesty or breach of trust that is punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year under State or Federal law, if the Office, upon due deliberation, determines that continued service or participation by the individual may pose a threat to the interests of the association's depositors or may threaten to impair public confidence in the association. The Notice shall remain in effect until the information, indictment, or complaint is finally disposed of or until terminated by the Office.
(b) The Office may issue and serve an Order upon a subject individual against
$ 508.2 Definitions.
As used in this part
(a) The term Office means the Office of Thrift Supervision.
whom a judgment of conviction, or an agreement to enter a pretrial diversion or other similar program has been rendered, where such judgment is not subject to further appellate review, and the Office, upon the deliberation, has determined that continued service or participation by the subject individual may pose a threat to the interests of the association's depositors or may threaten to impair public confidence in the association,
Order, and shall state with particularity how the petitioner intends to show that his continued service to or participation in the conduct of the affairs of the association would not, or is not likely to, pose a threat to the interests of the association's depositors or to impair public confidence in the association.
8 508.4 Contents and service of the No
tice or Order. (a) The Notice or Order shall set forth the basis and facts in support of the Office's issuance of such Notice or Order, and shall inform the subject individual of his right to a hearing, in accordance with this part, for the purpose of determining whether the Notice or Order should be continued, terminated, or otherwise modified.
(b) The Secretary shall serve a copy of the Notice or Order upon the subject individual and the related association in the manner set forth in $ 509.11 of this chapter.
(c) Upon receipt of the Notice or Order, the subject individual shall immediately comply with the requirements thereof. (54 FR 49444, Nov. 30, 1989, as amended at 56 FR 38306, Aug. 12, 1991)
8 508.6 Initiation of hearing.
(a) Within 10 days of the filing of a petition for hearing, the Office shall notify the petitioner of the time and place fixed for hearing, and it shall designate one or more Office employees to serve as presiding officer.
(b) The hearing shall be scheduled to be held no later than 30 days from the date the petition was filed, unless the time is extended at the request of the petitioner.
(c) A petitioner may appear personally or through counsel, but if represented by counsel, said counsel is required to comply with $509.6 of this chapter.
(d) A representative(s) of the Office's Office of Enforcement also may attend the hearing and participate therein as a party. (54 FR 49444, Nov. 30, 1989, as amended at 56 FR 38306, Aug. 12, 1991) 8 508.7 Conduct of hearings.
(a) Hearings provided by this section are not subject to the adjudicative provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act (5 U.S.C. 554–557). The presiding officer is, however, authorized to exercise all of the powers enumerated in $ 509.5 of this chapter.
(b) Witnesses may be presented, within time limits specified by the presiding officer, provided that at least 10 days prior to the hearing date, the party presenting the witnesses furnishes the presiding officer and the opposing party with a list of such witnesses and a summary of the proposed testimony. However, the requirement for furnishing such a witness list and summary of testimony shall not apply to the presentation of rebuttal witnesses. The presiding officer may ask questions of any witness, and each party shall have an opportunity to cross-examine any witness presented by an opposing party.
8 508.5 Petition for hearing.
(a) To obtain a hearing, the subject individual must file two copies of a petition with the Secretary within 30 days of being served with the Notice or Order.
(b) The petition filed under this section shall admit or deny specifically each allegation in the Notice or Order, unless the petitioner is without knowledge or information, in which case the petition shall so state and the statement shall have the effect of a denial. Any allegation not denied shall be deemed to be admitted. When a petitioner intends in good faith to deny only a part of or to qualify an allegation, he shall specify so much of it as is true and shall deny only the remainder.
(c) The petition shall state whether the petitioner is requesting termination or modification of the Notice or
8508.10 Burden of persuasion.
The petitioner has the burden of showing, by a preponderance of the evidence, that his or her continued service to or participation in the conduct of the affairs of the association does not, or is not likely to, pose a threat to the interests of the association's depositors or threaten to impair public confidence in the association.
(c) Upon the request of either the petitioner or a representative of the Office of Enforcement, the record shall remain open for a period of 5 business days following the hearing, during which time the parties may make any additional submissions for the record. Thereafter, the record shall be closed.
(d) Following the introduction of all evidence, the petitioner and the representative of the Office of Enforcement shall have an opportunity for oral argument; however, the parties may jointly waive the right to oral argument, and, in lieu thereof, elect to submit written argument.
(e) All oral testimony and oral argument shall be recorded, and transcripts made available to the petitioner upon payment of the cost thereof. A copy of the transcript shall be sent directly to the presiding officer, who shall have authority to correct the record sua sponte or upon the motion of any party.
(f) The parties may, in writing, jointly waive an oral hearing and instead elect a hearing upon a written record in which all evidence and argument would be submitted to the presiding officer in documentary form and statements of individuals would be made by affidavit.
8 508.11 Relevant considerations.
(a) In determining whether the petitioner has shown that his or her continued service to or participation in the conduct of the affairs of the association would not, or is not likely to, pose a threat to the interests of the association's depositors or threaten to impair public confidence in the association, in order to decide whether the Notice or Order should be continued, terminated, or otherwise modified, the Office will consider:
(1) The nature and extent of the petitioner's participation in the affairs of the association;
(2) The nature of the offense with which the petitioner has been charged;
(3) The extent of the publicity accorded the indictment and trial; and
(4) Such other relevant factors as may be entered on the record.
(b) When considering a request for the termination or modification of a Notice, the Office will not consider the ultimate guilt or innocence of the petitioner with respect to the criminal charge that is outstanding.
(c) When considering a request for the termination or modification of an Order which has been issued following a final judgment of conviction against a subject individual, the Office will not collaterally review such final judgment of conviction.
(54 FR 49444, Nov. 30, 1989, as amended at 56 FR 38306, Aug. 12, 1991)
$ 508.8 Default.
If the subject individual fails to file a petition for a hearing, or fails to appear at a hearing, either in person or by attorney, or fails to submit a written argument where oral argument has been waived pursuant to $ 508.7(d) or (f) of this part, the Notice shall remain in effect until the information, indictment, or complaint is finally disposed of and the Order shall remain in effect until terminated by the Office.
8 508.9 Rules of evidence.
(a) Formal rules of evidence shall not apply to a hearing, but the presiding officer may limit the introduction of irrelevant, immaterial, or unduly repetitious evidence.
(b) All matters officially noticed by the presiding officer shall appear on the record.
$ 508.12 Proposed findings and conclu
sions and recommended decision. (a) Within 30 days after completion of oral argument or the submission of written argument where oral argument has been waived, the presiding officer shall file with the Secretary and certify to the Office for decision the entire record of the hearing, which shall include a recommended decision, the Notice or Order, and all other documents filed in connection with the hearing.
8 508.13 Decision of the Office.
(a) Within 30 days after the recommended decision has been certified to the Office, the Office shall issue a final decision.
(b) The Office's final decision shall contain a statement of the basis therefor. The Office may satisfy this requirement where it adopts the recommended decision of the presiding officer
upon finding that the recommended decision satisfies the requirements of $ 509.38 of this chapter.
(c) The Secretary shall serve upon the petitioner and the representative of the Office of Enforcement a copy of the Office's final decision and the related recommended decision. [54 FR 49444, Nov. 30, 1989, as amended at 56 FR 38306, Aug. 12, 1991; 59 FR 53570, Oct. 25, 1994]
509.8 Conflicts of interest. 509.9 Ex parte communications. 509.10 Filing of papers. 509.11 Service of papers. 509.12 Construction of time limits. 509.13 Change of time limits. 509.14 Witness fees and expenses. 509.15 Opportunity for informal settlement. 509.16 Office's right to conduct examina
tion. 509.17 Collateral attacks on adjudicatory
proceeding. 509.18 Commencement of proceeding and
contents of notice. 509.19 Answer. 509.20 Amended pleadings. 509.21 Failure to appear. 509.22 Consolidation and severance of ac
tions. 509.23 Motions. 509.24 Scope of document discovery. 509.25 Request for document discovery from
parties. 509.26 Document subpoenas to nonparties. 509.27 Deposition of witness unavailable for
hearing. 509.28 Interlocutory review. 509.29 Summary disposition. 509.30 Partial summary disposition. 509.31 Scheduling and prehearing con
ferences. 509.32 Prehearing submissions. 509.33 Public hearings. 509.34 Hearing subpoenas. 509.35 Conduct of hearings. 509.36 Evidence. 509.37 Post-hearing filings. 509.38 Recommended decision and filing of
record. 509.39 Exceptions to recommended decision. 509.40 Review by the Director. 509.41 Stays pending judicial review.
Subpart B-Local Rules
8 508.14 Miscellaneous.
The provisions of $8509.10, 509.11, and 509.12 of this chapter shall apply to proceedings under this part. (54 FR 49444, Nov. 30, 1989, as amended at 56 FR 38306, Aug. 12, 1991]
PART 509-RULES OF PRACTICE
AND PROCEDURE IN ADJUDICATORY PROCEEDINGS
509.100 Scope. 509.101 Appointment of Office of Financial
Institution Adjudication. 509.102 Discovery. 509.103 Civil money penalties. 509.104 Additional procedures.
AUTHORITY: 5 U.S.C. 504, 554-557; 12 U.S.C. 1464, 1467, 1467a, 1468, 1817(j), 1818, 3349, 4717; 15 U.S.C. 78(1), 780-5, 78u-2; 28 U.S.C. 2461 note; 31 U.S.C. 5321; 42 U.S.C. 4012a.
SOURCE: 56 FR 38306, Aug. 12, 1991, unless otherwise noted.
Subpart A Uniform Rules of Practice and
Subpart A-Uniform Rules of
Practice and Procedure
Sec. 509.1 Scope. 509.2 Rules of construction. 509.3 Definitions. 509.4 Authority of Director. 509.5 Authority of the administrative law
judge. 509.6 Appearance and practice in adjudica
tory proceedings. 509.7 Good faith certification.
8 509.1 Scope.
This subpart prescribes Uniform Rules of practice and procedure applicable to adjudicatory proceedings as to