Code of Federal Regulations Title 17. Commodity and Securities Exchanges § 17.201.310 Failure to appear at hearings: Default
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Any person named in an order instituting proceedings as a person against whom findings may be made or sanctions imposed who fails to appear at a hearing of which he or she has been duly notified may be deemed to be in default pursuant to § 201.155(a). A party may make a motion to set aside a default pursuant to § 201.155(b).
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