7 CFR 1.635 - What are the requirements for motions?
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(a) General. Any party may apply for an order or ruling on any matter related to the hearing process by presenting a motion to the ALJ. A motion may be presented any time after the Hearing Clerk issues a docketing notice under § 1.630.
(1) A motion made at a hearing may be stated orally on the record, unless the ALJ directs that it be reduced to writing.
(ii) Comply with the requirements of §§ 1.610 through 1.613 with respect to form, content, filing, and service; and
(c) Response. Except as otherwise required by this subpart or by order of the ALJ, any other party may file a response to a written motion within 10 days after service of the motion. When a party presents a motion at a hearing, any other party may present a response orally on the record.
(e) Effect of filing. Unless the ALJ orders otherwise, the filing of a motion does not stay the hearing process.
Title 7 published on 2014-01-01
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