If, after considering any written response to the Pre–Penalty Notice and any relevant
facts, OFAC determines that there was a violation by the alleged violator named in
the Pre–Penalty Notice and that a civil monetary penalty is appropriate, OFAC may
issue a Penalty Notice to the violator containing a determination of the violation
and the imposition of the monetary penalty. For additional details concerning issuance of a Penalty Notice, see appendix A to
part 501 of this chapter. The issuance of the Penalty Notice shall constitute final agency action. The violator has the right to seek judicial review of that final agency action in
federal district court.
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