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Registration Rules



RULE 508. ORDERS.
[Adopted effective April 4, 1988. Effective dates of amendments: October 29, 1991; December 10, 1993; August 1, 1994 and July 1, 2001.]

(a) Final Orders and Withdrawals of Notice of Intent. All orders granting, denying, conditioning, suspending or revoking registration under this Part 500 (except an interim order suspending registration pursuant to Rule 504(b)) and all orders denying motions to vacate default orders under this Part 500 shall become a Final Order of NFA on the date of service upon the applicant or registrant. All Withdrawals of Notice of Intent shall become final on the date of service upon the applicant or registrant. A copy of each Final Order and Withdrawal of Notice of Intent issued by NFA shall be served upon the Commission at the same time it is served upon the applicant or registrant. All Final Orders shall inform the applicant or registrant of his right to petition the Commission for review under Section 17(o) of the Act and applicable Commission Regulations and of the right to petition the Commission for a stay of the effective date of the Final Order in accordance with Commission Regulation 171.22.

(b) Effective Date. Any Final Order of NFA or Withdrawal of Notice of Intent issued under this Part 500 shall become effective 30 days after the date of service of the order on the applicant or registrant, except as otherwise directed by the Commission pursuant to CFTC Regulations, Part 171.

 
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