5 CFR 1201.103 - Placing communications in the record; sanctions.

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§ 1201.103 Placing communications in the record; sanctions.

(a) Any communication made in violation of § 1201.102 of this part will be made a part of the record. If the communication was oral, a memorandum stating the substance of the discussion will be placed in the record.

(b) If there has been a violation of § 1201.102 of this part, the judge or the Clerk of the Board, as appropriate, will notify the parties in writing that the regulation has been violated, and will give the parties 10 days to file a response.

(c) The following sanctions are available:

(1)Parties. The offending party may be required to show why, in the interest of justice, the claim or motion should not be dismissed, denied, or otherwise adversely affected.

(2)Other persons. The Board may invoke appropriate sanctions against other offending parties.

[ 54 FR 53504, Dec. 29, 1989, as amended at 70 FR 30609, May 27, 2005]

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