50 CFR 13.27 - Permit suspension.
(a)Criteria for suspension. The privileges of exercising some or all of the permit authority may be suspended at any time if the permittee is not in compliance with the conditions of the permit, or with any applicable laws or regulations governing the conduct of the permitted activity. The issuing officer may also suspend all or part of the privileges authorized by a permit if the permittee fails to pay any fees, penalties or costs owed to the Government. Such suspension shall remain in effect until the issuing officer determines that the permittee has corrected the deficiencies.
(b)Procedure for suspension.
(1) When the issuing officer believes there are valid grounds for suspending a permit the permittee shall be notified in writing of the proposed suspension by certified or registered mail. This notice shall identify the permit to be suspended, the reason(s) for such suspension, the actions necessary to correct the deficiencies, and inform the permittee of the right to object to the proposed suspension. The issuing officer may amend any notice of suspension at any time.
(2) Upon receipt of a notice of proposed suspension the permittee may file a written objection to the proposed action. Such objection must be in writing, must be filed within 45 calendar days of the date of the notice of proposal, must state the reasons why the permittee objects to the proposed suspension, and may include supporting documentation.
(3) A decision on the suspension shall be made within 45 days after the end of the objection period. The issuing officer shall notify the permittee in writing of the Service's decision and the reasons therefore. The issuing officer shall also provide the applicant with the information concerning the right to request reconsideration of the decision under § 13.29 of this part and the procedures for requesting reconsideration.
Title 50 published on 2015-08-22
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 50 CFR Part 13 after this date.
- 50 CFR 22.26 — Permits for Eagle Take That Is Associated With, but Not the Purpose Of, an Activity.
- 50 CFR 21.60 — Conservation Order for Light Geese.
- 50 CFR 22.22 — What Are the Requirements Concerning Permits for Indian Religious Purposes?
- 50 CFR 21.50 — Depredation Order for Resident Canada Geese Nests and Eggs.
- 50 CFR 21.47 — Depredation Order for Double-Crested Cormorants at Aquaculture Facilities.
- 50 CFR 21.48 — Depredation Order for Double-Crested Cormorants to Protect Public Resources.
- 50 CFR 21.51 — Depredation Order for Resident Canada Geese at Agricultural Facilities.
- 50 CFR 21.49 — Control Order for Resident Canada Geese at Airports and Military Airfields.
- 50 CFR 21.26 — Special Canada Goose Permit.
- 50 CFR 21.52 — Public Health Control Order for Resident Canada Geese.