(a) Issuance. At any time before the issuance of an Order Assessing Civil Penalty under this subpart, an agency attorney and a person subject to a Notice of Proposed Civil Penalty, or an agency official and a person subject to a Notice of Violation, may agree to dispose of the case by the issuance of a compromise order by TSA.
(b) Contents. A compromise order contains the following:
(1) All jurisdictional facts.
(2) All allegations.
(3) A statement that the person agrees to pay the civil penalty specified.
(4) A statement that TSA makes no finding of a violation.
(5) A statement that the compromise order will not be used as evidence of a prior violation in any subsequent civil penalty proceeding.
Title 49 published on 2012-10-01
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