12 CFR 4.33 - Requirements for a request of records or testimony.
(1) Form of request. A person seeking non-public OCC information must submit a request in writing to the OCC. The requester must explain, in as detailed a description as is necessary under the circumstances, the bases for the request and how the requested non-public OCC information relates to the issues in the lawsuit or matter.
(2) Expedited request. A requester seeking a response in less than 60 days must explain why the request was not submitted earlier and why the OCC should expedite the request.
(3) Request arising from adversarial matters. Where the requested information is to be used in connection with an adversarial matter:
(i) The OCC generally will require that the lawsuit or administrative action has been filed before it will consider the request;
(D) A description of any prior judicial decisions or pending motions in the case that may bear on the asserted relevance of the requested information;
(B) Show that other evidence reasonably suited to the requester's needs is not available from any other source;
(C) Show that the need for the information outweighs the public interest considerations in maintaining the confidentiality of the OCC information and outweighs the burden on the OCC to produce the information;
(D) Explain how the issues in the case and the status of the case warrant that the OCC allow disclosure; and
(b) Request for records. If the request is for a record, the requester must adequately describe the record or records sought by type and date.
Title 12 published on 2013-01-01
no entries appear in the Federal Register after this date.