12 CFR 1080.10 - Noncompliance with civil investigative demands.

§ 1080.10 Noncompliance with civil investigative demands.
(a) In cases of failure to comply in whole or in part with Bureau civil investigative demands, appropriate action may be initiated by the Bureau, including actions for enforcement.
(b) The Director, the Assistant Director of the Office of Enforcement, and the General Counsel of the Bureau are authorized to:
(1) Institute, on behalf of the Bureau, an enforcement proceeding in the district court of the United States for any judicial district in which a person resides, is found, or transacts business, in connection with the failure or refusal of such person to comply with, or to obey, a civil investigative demand in whole or in part if the return date or any extension thereof has passed; and
(2) Seek civil contempt or other appropriate relief in cases where a court order enforcing a civil investigative demand has been violated.

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