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Title 10Chapter XPart 1015


TITLE 10—Energy

CHAPTER X—DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (GENERAL PROVISIONS)

PART 1015—COLLECTION OF CLAIMS OWED THE UNITED STATES

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§1015.100
Scope.
§1015.101
Prescription of standards.
§1015.102
Definitions and construction.
§1015.103
Antitrust, fraud, tax, interagency, transportation account audit, acquisition contract, and financial assistance instrument claims excluded.
§1015.104
Compromise, waiver, or disposition under other statutes not precluded.
§1015.105
Form of payment.
§1015.106
Subdivision of claims not authorized.
§1015.107
Required administrative proceedings.
§1015.108
No private rights created.
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Subpart B—STANDARDS FOR THE ADMINISTRATIVE COLLECTION OF CLAIMS

§1015.200
Scope.
§1015.201
Aggressive agency collection activity.
§1015.202
Demand for payment.
§1015.203
Collection by administrative offset.
§1015.204
Reporting debts.
§1015.205
Credit reports.
§1015.206
Contracting with private collection contractors and with entities that locate and recover unclaimed assets.
§1015.207
Suspension or revocation of eligibility for loans and loan guaranties, licenses, permits, or privileges.
§1015.208
Administrative wage garnishment.
§1015.209
Tax refund offset.
§1015.210
Liquidation of collateral.
§1015.211
Collection in installments.
§1015.212
Interest, penalties and administrative costs.
§1015.213
Analysis of costs.
§1015.214
Use and disclosure of mailing addresses.
§1015.215
Federal salary offset.
§1015.216
Exemptions.
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Subpart C—STANDARDS FOR THE COMPROMISE OF CLAIMS

§1015.300
Scope.
§1015.301
Scope and application.
§1015.302
Bases for compromise.
§1015.303
Enforcement policy.
§1015.304
Joint and several liability.
§1015.305
Further review of compromise offers.
§1015.306
Consideration of tax consequences to the Government.
§1015.307
Mutual releases of the debtor and the Government.
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Subpart D—STANDARDS FOR SUSPENDING OR TERMINATING COLLECTION ACTIVITY

§1015.400
Scope.
§1015.401
Scope and application.
§1015.402
Suspension of collection activity.
§1015.403
Termination of collection activity.
§1015.404
Exception to termination.
§1015.405
Discharge of indebtedness; reporting requirements.
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Subpart E—REFERRALS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

§1015.500
Scope.
§1015.501
Referrals to the Department of Justice and the Department of the Treasury's Cross-Servicing Program.
§1015.502
Prompt referral.
§1015.503
Claims Collection Litigation Report.
§1015.504
Preservation of evidence.
§1015.505
Minimum amount of referrals to the Department of Justice.


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