39 CFR 952.9 - Filing documents for the record.

§ 952.9 Filing documents for the record.
(a) Each party shall file with the Recorder pleadings, motions, proposed orders, and other documents for the record. Discovery need not be filed except as may be sought to be included in the record, or as may be ordered by the presiding officer. Each filing after the initial complaint shall be served upon all other parties to the proceeding by the filing party, and an affidavit of such service signed and dated by the filing party shall be included on the last page of such filing, which shall state as follows:
I, [name of filing party] hereby certify that I served the within [title of document] upon each party of record by electronic mail or first class mail on [date].
(b) The parties shall file one original of all documents filed under this section unless otherwise ordered by the presiding officer.
(c) Documents shall be dated and state the docket number and title of the proceeding. Any pleading or other document required by order of the presiding officer to be filed by a specified date must be received by the Recorder on or before such date. The date of filing shall be entered thereon by the Recorder.
(d) The presiding officer may permit filing of pleadings, motions, proposed orders, and other documents for the record by facsimile or by electronic mail with the Recorder.

Title 39 published on 2014-07-01

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