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Title 10Chapter IPart 70


TITLE 10—Energy

CHAPTER I—NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION (CONTINUED)

PART 70—DOMESTIC LICENSING OF SPECIAL NUCLEAR MATERIAL

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§70.1
Purpose.
§70.2
Scope.
§70.3
License requirements.
§70.4
Definitions.
§70.5
Communications.
§70.6
Interpretations.
§70.7
Employee protection.
§70.8
Information collection requirements: OMB approval.
§70.9
Completeness and accuracy of information.
§70.10
Deliberate misconduct.
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Subpart B—EXEMPTIONS

§70.11
Persons using special nuclear material under certain Department of Energy and Nuclear Regulatory Commission contracts.
§70.12
Carriers.
§70.13
Department of Defense.
§70.14
Foreign military aircraft.
§70.17
Specific exemptions.
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Subpart C—GENERAL LICENSES

§70.18
Types of licenses.
§70.19
General license for calibration or reference sources.
§70.20
General license to own special nuclear material.
§70.20a
General license to possess special nuclear material for transport.
§70.20b
General license for carriers of transient shipments of formula quantities of strategic special nuclear material, special nuclear material of moderate strategic significance, special nuclear material of low strategic significance, and irradiated reactor fuel.
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Subpart D—LICENSE APPLICATIONS

§70.21
Filing.
§70.22
Contents of applications.
§70.23
Requirements for the approval of applications.
§70.23a
Hearing required for uranium enrichment facility.
§70.24
Criticality accident requirements.
§70.25
Financial assurance and recordkeeping for decommissioning.
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Subpart E—LICENSES

§70.31
Issuance of licenses.
§70.32
Conditions of licenses.
§70.33
Applications for renewal of licenses.
§70.34
Amendment of licenses.
§70.35
Commission action on applications to renew or amend.
§70.36
Inalienability of licenses.
§70.37
Disclaimer of warranties.
§70.38
Expiration and termination of licenses and decommissioning of sites and separate buildings or outdoor areas.
§70.39
Specific licenses for the manufacture or initial transfer of calibration or reference sources.
§70.40
Ineligibility of certain applicants.
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Subpart F—ACQUISITION, USE AND TRANSFER OF SPECIAL NUCLEAR MATERIAL, CREDITORS' RIGHTS

§70.41
Authorized use of special nuclear material.
§70.42
Transfer of special nuclear material.
§70.44
Creditor regulations.
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Subpart G—SPECIAL NUCLEAR MATERIAL CONTROL, RECORDS, REPORTS AND INSPECTIONS

§70.50
Reporting requirements.
§70.51
Records requirements.
§70.52
Reports of accidental criticality.
§70.55
Inspections.
§70.56
Tests.
§70.59
Effluent monitoring reporting requirements.
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Subpart H—ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN LICENSEES AUTHORIZED TO POSSESS A CRITICAL MASS OF SPECIAL NUCLEAR MATERIAL

§70.60
Applicability.
§70.61
Performance requirements.
§70.62
Safety program and integrated safety analysis.
§70.64
Requirements for new facilities or new processes at existing facilities.
§70.65
Additional content of applications.
§70.66
Additional requirements for approval of license application.
§70.72
Facility changes and change process.
§70.73
Renewal of licenses.
§70.74
Additional reporting requirements.
§70.76
Backfitting.
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Subpart I—MODIFICATION AND REVOCATION OF LICENSES

§70.81
Modification and revocation of licenses.
§70.82
Suspension and operation in war or national emergency.
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Subpart J—ENFORCEMENT

§70.91
Violations.
§70.92
Criminal penalties.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 70—Reportable Safety Events


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