(a) If the application is opposed, applicant may file a reply statement. This statement is due within 20 days after FMCSA Register publication.
(b) The reply statement may not contain new evidence. It shall only rebut or further explain matters previously raised.
(c) The reply statement need not be notarized or verified. Applicant understands that the oath in the application form applies to all evidence submitted in the application. Separate legal arguments by counsel need not be notarized or verified.
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