(a)Motion for an order compelling discovery. Motions for orders compelling discovery and motions for the appearance of nonparties must be filed with the judge in accordance with § 1201.73(e)(1) and (f)(4). An administrative judge may deny a motion to compel discovery if a party fails to comply with the requirements of 5 CFR § 1201.73(e)(1) and (f)(4).
(b)Content of order. Any order issued will include, where appropriate:
(1) A provision that the person to be deposed must be notified of the time and place of the deposition;
(2) Any conditions or limits concerning the conduct or scope of the proceedings or the subject matter that may be necessary to prevent undue delay or to protect a party or other individual or entity from undue expense, embarrassment, or oppression;
(3) Limits on the time for conducting depositions, answering written interrogatories, or producing documentary evidence; and
(4) Other restrictions upon the discovery process that the judge sets.
(c)Noncompliance. The judge may impose sanctions under § 1201.43 of this part for failure to comply with an order compelling discovery.
[54 FR 53504, Dec. 29, 1989, as amended at 73 FR 18151, Apr. 3, 2008]
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