33 CFR 20.607 - Sanctions for failure to comply.

§ 20.607 Sanctions for failure to comply.
If a party fails to provide or permit discovery, the ALJ may take such action as is just. This may include the following:
(a) Infer that the testimony, document, or other evidence would have been adverse to the party.
(b) Order that, for the purposes of the proceeding, designated facts are established.
(c) Order that the party not introduce into evidence—or otherwise rely upon, in support of any claim or defense—the evidence that was withheld.
(d) Order that the party not introduce into evidence, or otherwise use in the hearing, information obtained in discovery.
(e) Allow the use of secondary evidence to show what the evidence withheld would have shown.

Title 33 published on 2014-07-01

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