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(This decision and order became final September 8, 1997.-Editor) FEDERAL CROP INSURANCE ACT

In re: JERRY EDWARDS.
FCIA Docket No. 96-0008.
Decision and Order filed June 2, 1997.

Failure to file an answer - Willfully and intentionally providing false or inaccurate information to FCIC or to the insurer - Disqualification.

Kimberly Arrigo, for Complainant.
Respondent, Pro se.
Decision and Order issued by Victor W. Palmer Chief Administrative Law Judge.

Pursuant to section 1.136(c) of the Rules of Practice Governing Formal Adjudicatory Administrative Proceedings Instituted by the Secretary, failure of the respondent, Jerry Edwards, to file an answer within the time provided is deemed an admission of the allegations contained in the Complaint. Since the allegations in paragraph II of the Complaint are deemed admitted, it is found that the respondent has willfully and intentionally provided false and inaccurate information to the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation or to the insurer with respect to an insurance plan or policy under the 1990 Act. (7 U.S.C. $ 1506(m)).

It is further found that, pursuant to section 506 of the Act (7 U.S.C. $ 1506), respondent, and any entity in which he retains substantial beneficial interest after the period of disqualification has commenced, is disqualified from purchasing catastrophic risk protection or receiving noninsured assistance for a period of two years and from receiving any other benefit under the Act for a period of 10 years. The period of disqualification shall be effective 35 days after this decision is served on the respondent unless there is an appeal to the Judicial Officer pursuant to s 1.145.

If period of disqualification would commence after the beginning of the crop year, and the respondent has a crop insurance policy in effect, disqualification will commence at the beginning of the following crop year and remain in effect for the entire period specified in this decision

[This Decision and Order became final July 11, 1997.-Editor]

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In re: GRANT WOODROW BOTHUM, JR.
FCIA Docket No. 97-0003.
Decision and Order filed June 2, 1997.

Failure to file an answer - Willfully and intentionally providing false and inaccurate information to FCIC or to the insurer - Disqualification.

Kimberly Arrigo, for Complainant.
Respondent, Pro se.
Decision and Order issued by Victor W. Palmer Chief Administrative Law Judge.

Pursuant to section 1.136(c) of the Rules of Practice Governing Formal Adjudicatory Administrative Proceedings Instituted by the Secretary, failure of the respondent, Grant Woodrow Bothum, Jr., to file an answer within the time provided is deemed an admission of the allegations contained in the Complaint. Since the allegations in paragraph II of the Complaint are deemed admitted, it is found that the respondent has willfully and intentionally provided false and inaccurate information to the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation or to the insurer with respect to an insurance plan or policy under the 1990 Act. (7 U.S.C. $ 1506(m)).

It is further found that, pursuant to section 506 of the Act (7 U.S.C. § 1506), respondent, and any entity in which he retains substantial beneficial interest after the period of disqualification has commenced, is disqualified from purchasing catastrophic risk protection or receiving noninsured assistance for a period of two years and from receiving any other benefit under the Act for a period of 10 years. The period of disqualification shall be effective 35 days after this decision is served on the respondent unless there is an appeal to the Judicial Officer pursuant to 1.145.

If period of disqualification would commence after the beginning of the crop year, and the respondent has a crop insurance policy in effect, disqualification will commence at the beginning of the following crop year and remain in effect for the entire period specified in this decision.

[This Decision and Order became final July 11, 1997.-Editor)

In re: ERVIN JOSEPH SKLOSS.
FCIA Docket No. 96-0004.
Decision and Order filed on June 2, 1997.

Failure to file an answer - Willfully and intentionally providing false and inaccurate information to FCIC or to the insurer - Disqualification.

Kimberly Arrigo, Complainant.
Respondent, Pro se.
Decision and Order issued by Victor W. Palmer Chief Administrative Law Judge.

Pursuant to section 1.136(c) of the Rules of Practice Governing Formal Adjudicatory Administrative Proceedings Instituted by the Secretary, failure of the respondent, Ervin Joseph Skloss, to file an answer within the time provided is deemed an admission of the allegations contained in the Complaint. Since the allegations in paragraph II of the Complaint are deemed admitted, it is found that the respond has willfully and intentionally provided false and inaccurate information to the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation or to the insurer with respect to an insurance plan or policy under the 1990 Act. (7 U.S.C. $ 1506(m)).

It is further found that, pursuant to section 506 of the Act (7 U.S.C. § 1506), respondent, and any entity in which he retains substantial beneficial interest after the period of disqualification has commenced, is disqualified from purchasing catastrophic risk protection or receiving noninsured assistance for a period of two years and from receiving any other benefit under the Act for a period of 10 years. The period of disqualification shall be effective 35 days after this decision is served on the respondent unless there is an appeal to the Judicial Officer pursuant of 1.145.

If period of disqualification would commence after the beginning of the crop year, and the respondent has a crop insurance policy in effect, disqualification will commence at the beginning of the following crop year and remain in effect for the entire period specified in this decision

[This Decision and Order became final July 16, 1997.-Editor)

In re: KURTIS F. MEYER.
FCIA Docket No. 97-0001.
Decision and Order filed September 12, 1997.

Admission of material allegations - Willfully and intentionally providing false and inaccurate information to FCIC or to an insurer - Disqualification.

Janice Bullard, for Complainant.
Respondent, Pro se.
Decision and Order issued by Victor W. Palmer, Chief Administrative Law Judge.

Pursuant to section 1.139 of the Rules of Practice Governing Formal Adjudicatory Administrative Proceedings Instituted by the Secretary, by waiving the

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right to a hearing, and filing a non-contesting answer, the respondent, Kurtis F. Meyer, has admitted the allegations contained in the Complaint. Because the allegations in paragraph II of the Complaint are deemed admitted, it is found that the respondent has willfully and intentionally provided false and inaccurate information to the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation or to the insurer with respect to an insurance plan or policy under the 1990 Act (7 U.S.C. section 1506(m)).

It is further found that, pursuant to section 506 of the Act (7 U.S.C. section 1506), respondent, and any entity in which he retains substantial beneficial interest after the period of disqualification has commenced, is disqualified from purchasing catastrophic risk protection or receiving noninsured assistance for a period of two years and from receiving any other benefit under the Act for a period of 10 years. The period of disqualification shall be effective 35 days after this decision is served on the respondent unless there is an appeal to the Judicial Officer pursuant to section 1.145 of the Rules of Practice Governing Formal Adjudicatory Administrative Proceedings Instituted by the Secretary.

If the period of disqualification would commence after the beginning of the crop year, and the respondent has a crop insurance policy in effect, disqualification will commence at the beginning of the following crop year, and remain in effect for the entire period specified in this decision.

(This Decision and Order became final October 27, 1997.-Editor)

In re: ADRIAN H. MEYER.
FCIA Docket No. 97-0002.
Decision and Order filed September 12, 1997.

Failure to file an answer - Willfully and intentionally providing false and inaccurate information to the FCIC or an insurer - Disqualification.

Janice Bullard, for Complainant.
Respondent, Pro se.
Decision and Order issued by James W. Hunt, Administrative Law Judge.

Pursuant to section 1.136(c) of the Rules of Practice Governing Formal Adjudicatory Administrative Proceedings Instituted by the Secretary, failure of the respondent, Adrian H. Meyer, to file an answer within the time provided is deemed an admission of the allegations contained in the Complaint. Because the allegations in paragraph II of the Complaint are deemed admitted, it is found that the respondent has willfully and intentionally provided false and inaccurate information to the

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