15 CFR 325.11 - Judicial review.

§ 325.11 Judicial review.

(a)Review of certain determinations.

(1) Any person aggrieved by a final determination of the Secretary under § 325.5, § 325.7, § 325.9, or § 325.10 of these regulations may, within thirty days of the determination, bring an action in an appropriate district court of the United States to set aside the determination on the ground that it is erroneous. If a certificate is denied, the applicant may bring suit within thirty days after the notice of denial is published in the Federal Register, or, if the applicant seeks reconsideration, within thirty days after the Secretary publishes in the Federal Register notice of his determination after reconsideration.

(b) For purposes of judicial review, determinations of the Secretary are final when notice is published in the Federal Register.

(c)Record for judicial review. For purposes of judicial review, the record shall include all information presented to or obtained by the Secretary which had a bearing on the determination, the determination itself, the supporting statement setting forth the reasons for the determination, and the Attorney General's response to the Secretary indicating concurrence or nonconcurrence.

(d)Limitation of judicial review. Except as provided in paragraph (a) of this section, no agency action taken under the Act shall be subject to judicial review.

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