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.
Title 30 published on 2015-10-21
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