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Judicial enforcement action definition

Judicial Enforcement Action

A judicial enforcement action is an action that has been brought before the federal or state court.  The judicial enforcement action is tracked in ICIS at the initiation (i.e., referral) stage as well as at the conclusion (i.e., entry of settlement) stage.  Additional data throughout the life cycle of the judicial enforcement action also is tracked in ICIS.  The information entered into ICIS for judicial enforcement actions is displayed on key national reports such as:

–          Inj Relf, Penalty, and SEP Values  - All Civil Cases;                                                           

–          Civil Judicial Conclusions;

–          Environmental Benefits; and 

–          Civil Judicial Referrals.                    

 

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