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9266. Proposed Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Post-Hearing Briefs
This rule is no longer applicable. NASD Rule 9266 has been superseded by FINRA Rule 9266. Please consult the appropriate FINRA Rule.
(a) Discretion of Hearing Officer to Require Proposed Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Post-Hearing Briefs
At the discretion of the Hearing Officer, the Parties may be ordered to file proposed findings of facts and conclusions of law, or post-hearing briefs, or both. The Hearing Officer may order that such proposed findings and conclusions be filed together with, or as part of, post-hearing briefs.
(b) Reference to Record Required
Proposed findings of fact or other statements of fact in briefs shall be supported by specific references to the record.
(c) Period for Filing
In any case in which the Hearing Officer ordered the filing of proposed findings or conclusions of law, or post-hearing briefs, the Hearing Officer shall, after consultation with the Parties, prescribe the period within which proposed findings and conclusions of law and post-hearing briefs are to be filed. Such period shall be reasonable under all the circumstances but the total period allowed for the filing of post-hearing submissions shall not exceed 60 days after the conclusion of the hearing unless the Hearing Officer, for good cause shown, permits a different period and sets forth in an order the reasons why a longer period is necessary.
(d) Form, Length of Papers
Unless the Hearing Officer orders otherwise, each post-hearing submission shall not exceed 25 pages, exclusive of cover sheets, tables of contents, and tables of authorities.
|Adopted by SR-NASD-97-28 eff. Aug. 7, 1997.|