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A party is under a duty, in a timely fashion, to:
(a) Supplement a response with respect to any question directly addressed to:
(1) The identity and location of persons having knowledge of discoverable matters; and
(2) The identity of each person expected to be called as an expert witness, the subject matter on which the expert witness is expected to testify, and the substance of the testimony.
(b) Amend a response if the party later obtains information upon the basis of which:
(1) The party knows the response was incorrect when made, or
(2) The party knows the response, though correct when made, is no longer true, and the circumstances are such that a failure to amend the response is, in substance, a knowing concealment.
(c) Supplement other responses, as imposed by order of the ALJ or by agreement of the parties.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 3535 - Administrative provisions
§ 3601 - Declaration of policy
§ 3602 - Definitions
§ 3603 - Effective dates of certain prohibitions
§ 3604 - Discrimination in the sale or rental of housing and other prohibited practices
§ 3605 - Discrimination in residential real estate-related transactions
§ 3606 - Discrimination in the provision of brokerage services
§ 3607 - Religious organization or private club exemption
§ 3608 - Administration
§ 3608a - Collection of certain data
§ 3609 - Education and conciliation; conferences and consultations; reports
§ 3610 - Administrative enforcement; preliminary matters
§ 3611 - Subpoenas; giving of evidence
§ 3612 - Enforcement by Secretary
§ 3613 - Enforcement by private persons
§ 3614 - Enforcement by Attorney General
§ 3614a - Rules to implement subchapter
§ 3615 - Effect on State laws
§ 3616 - Cooperation with State and local agencies administering fair housing laws; utilization of services and personnel; reimbursement; written agreements; publication in Federal Register
§ 3616a - Fair housing initiatives program
§ 3617 - Interference, coercion, or intimidation
§ 3618 - Authorization of appropriations
§ 3619 - Separability
§ 5301 - Congressional findings and declaration of purpose
§ 5302 - General provisions
§ 5303 - Grants to States, units of general local government and Indian tribes; authorizations
§ 5304 - Statement of activities and review
§ 5305 - Activities eligible for assistance
§ 5306 - Allocation and distribution of funds
§ 5307 - Special purpose grants
§ 5308 - Guarantee and commitment to guarantee loans for acquisition of property
§ 5309 - Nondiscrimination in programs and activities
§ 5310 - Labor standards; rate of wages; exceptions; enforcement powers
§ 5311 - Remedies for noncompliance with community development requirements
§ 5312 - Use of grants for settlement of outstanding urban renewal loans of units of general local government
§ 5313 - Reporting requirements
§ 5314 - Consultation by Secretary with other Federal departments, etc.
§ 5315 - Interstate agreements or compacts; purposes
§ 5316 - Transition provisions
§ 5317 - Liquidation of superseded or inactive programs
§ 5318 - Urban development action grants
§ 5318a - John Heinz Neighborhood Development Program
§ 5319 - Community participation in programs
§ 5320 - Historic preservation requirements
§ 6103 - Regulations
Title 24 published on 14-Dec-2017 03:35
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 24 CFR Part 180 after this date.
This rule makes final the interim final rule, published on June 15, 2016, to amend HUD's civil monetary penalty (CMP) regulations. The interim final rule applied a new methodology to calculate civil money penalties as mandated by the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act Improvements Act of 2015, starting with a “catch up” adjustment to correct previous inaccuracies; removed three obsolete civil monetary penalty provisions; and made a technical change to the existing codified regulation implementing the Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act. The changes from the interim final rule made final by this final rule continue to be effective as of August 16, 2016. In addition, this rule provides for 2017 inflation adjustments of civil monetary penalty amounts required by the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act Improvements Act of 2015, and makes three technical amendments and a conforming statutory change.
This interim final rule amends HUD's civil monetary penalty regulations by making inflation adjustments as mandated by the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act Improvements Act of 2015. HUD also removes three obsolete civil monetary penalty regulations previously authorized under statutes for which either HUD no longer has enforcement authority or the program is no longer active. Lastly, HUD makes a technical change to the regulation language implementing the Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act which, due to a typographical error under the last civil money penalty adjustment, failed to include language assigning a penalty for causing a false claim or statement to be made.
This final rule amends HUD's civil money penalty and civil penalty regulations by making inflation adjustments that are required by the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act of 1990 (28 U.S.C. 2461 note) (FCPIA Act). The FCPIA Act mandates the adjustments and the formula used to calculate them. Also in this final rule, HUD is taking the opportunity to update an outdated cross-reference in its civil money penalty regulations.