30 CFR § 291.105 - What must a complaint contain?
For purposes of this subpart, a complaint means a comprehensive written brief stating the legal and factual basis for the allegation that a shipper was denied open and nondiscriminatory access, together with supporting material. A complaint must:
(a) Clearly identify the action or inaction which is alleged to violate 43 U.S.C. 1334(e) or (f)(1)(A);
(b) Explain how the action or inaction violates 43 U.S.C. 1334(e) or (f)(1)(A);
(c) Explain how the action or inaction affects your interests, including practical, operational, or other non-financial impacts;
(d) Estimate any financial impact or burden;
(e) State the specific relief or remedy requested; and
(f) Include all documents that support the facts in your complaint including, but not limited to, contracts and any affidavits that may be necessary to support particular factual allegations.