Rules of Practice and Procedure effective September 15, 2011 - page 12

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(c)
Filing the Record Before the Agency.
The record
before the agency may include many documents not relevant to
the issues on appeal. It will not be filed with the Court unless
the Court so orders.
(d)
Access of Parties or Representatives to Original
Record.
After a Notice of Appeal has been filed, the Secretary
shall permit a party or a representative of a party to inspect and
to copy, subject to reasonable regulation by the Secretary, any
original material in the record before the agency that is not
subject to a protective order.
(e)
Retention Requirements
for Documents.
See
Rule 37 (Retention Requirements for Documents).
RULES 11 THROUGH 14. (RESERVED)
RULE 15. INTERVENTION
(a) By Right.
A person who participated in the
proceedings before the Board may intervene in an appeal
before the Court by filing with the Clerk a notice of
intervention and serving a copy on all parties not later than 60
days after the date of the Clerk's notice of docketing (
see
Rule
4(b)(3) (Notice of Docketing)).
See also
Rule 28(d)
(Intervenor's Brief).
(b) With Permission.
Any person who did not
participate in the proceedings before the Board and who seeks
to intervene in an appeal before the Court shall submit for
filing with the Clerk a motion for permission to intervene and
serve a copy on all parties not later than 60 days after the date
of the Clerk's notice of docketing (
see
Rule 4(b)(3) (Notice of
Docketing)). The motion shall contain a concise statement of
the interest of the moving person or party and the grounds upon
which he or she seeks intervention.
See also
Rule 28(d)
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