Commission Issues Errata Notice in Docket 05-01
S E R V E D - JULY 28, 2005
FEDERAL MARITIME COMMISSION
46 CFR Parts 501, 502, 515
Docket No. 05-01
AGENCY REORGANIZATION AND DELEGATIONS OF AUTHORITY
AGENCY: Federal Maritime Commission
ACTION: Final Rule; corrections.
SUMMARY: This document corrects the regulations in sections 501.26(a)(8), 502.271(f)(1), and 502.401 of 46 CFR Parts 501 and 502 of the Final Rule published on February 15, 2005. These revisions to the regulations are non-substantive and no public comments on the Final Rule are necessary.
DATE: [UPON PUBLICATION]
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Amy W. Larson, General Counsel
Federal Maritime Commission
800 North Capitol Street, NW
Washington, DC 20573-0001
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: On February 15, 2005, the Federal Maritime Commission ("FMC" or "Commission") adopted a Final Rule to amend its regulations in 46 CFR Part 501 to reflect the reorganization of the agency that took effect on August 23, 2004. This Rule also made nomenclature changes in certain CFR units to reflect changes in relevant Commission bureau names. This revision corrects errors in the regulations, which were not detected in the course of preparing the Final Rule for publication. The revisions are non-substantive in nature, therefore, no public comments on the Final Rule are necessary. The following sections in the regulations of Parts 501 and 502 have been revised.
PART 501 - THE FEDERAL MARITIME COMMISSION - GENERAL
1. Amend § 501.26(a)(8), by removing the words "Bureau of Consumer Complaints and Licensing," and adding, in their place, the words "Bureau of Certification and Licensing."
PART 502 - RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
2. Amend § 502.271(f)(1), by removing the words "Office of Consumer Complaints, in the Bureau of Consumer Complaints and Licensing" and adding, in their place, the words "Office of Consumer Affairs and Dispute Resolution Services."
3. Amend § 502.401, by removing the words "Bureau of Consumer Complaints and Licensing" and adding, in their place, "Office of Consumer Affairs and Dispute Resolution Services."
Bryant L. VanBrakle