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e-CFR Data is current as of July 25, 2014

TITLE 4—Accounts

CHAPTER II—RECOVERY ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY BOARD

PART 201—PUBLIC INFORMATION AND REQUESTS

rule
§201.1
Scope.
§201.2
Definitions.
§201.3
Publicly available documents and electronic reading room.
§201.4
Board records exempt from public disclosure.
§201.5
Requests for Board records.
§201.6
Responsibility, form, and content of responses.
§201.7
Timing of responses to requests.
§201.8
Fees.
§201.9
Restrictions on charging fees.
§201.10
Notice of anticipated fees.
§201.11
Requirements for waiver or reduction of fees.
§201.12
Denials.
§201.13
Business information.
§201.14
Appeals.
§201.15
Preservation of records.
§201.16
Other rights and services.
§201.17
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