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TITLE 12—Banks and Banking

CHAPTER X—BUREAU OF CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION

PART 1070—DISCLOSURE OF RECORDS AND INFORMATION

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS AND DEFINITIONS

§1070.1
Authority, purpose, and scope.
§1070.2
General definitions.
§1070.3
Custodian of records; certification; alternative authority.
§1070.4
Records of the CFPB not to be otherwise disclosed.
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Subpart B—FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

§1070.10
General.
§1070.11
Information made available; discretionary disclosures.
§1070.12
Publication in the Federal Register.
§1070.13
Public inspection and copying.
§1070.14
Requests for CFPB records.
§1070.15
Responsibility for responding to requests for CFPB records.
§1070.16
Timing of responses to requests for CFPB records.
§1070.17
Requests for expedited processing.
§1070.18
Responses to requests for CFPB records.
§1070.19
Classified information.
§1070.20
Requests for business information provided to the CFPB.
§1070.21
Administrative appeals.
§1070.22
Fees for processing requests for CFPB records.
§1070.23
Authority and responsibilities of the Chief FOIA Officer.
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Subpart C—DISCLOSURE OF CFPB INFORMATION IN CONNECTION WITH LEGAL PROCEEDINGS

§1070.30
Purpose and scope; definitions.
§1070.31
Service of summonses and complaints.
§1070.32
Service of subpoenas, court orders, and other demands for CFPB information or action.
§1070.33
Testimony and production of documents prohibited unless approved by the General Counsel.
§1070.34
Procedure when testimony or production of documents is sought; general.
§1070.35
Procedure when response to demand is required prior to receiving instructions.
§1070.36
Procedure in the event of an adverse ruling.
§1070.37
Considerations in determining whether the CFPB will comply with a demand or request.
§1070.38
Prohibition on providing expert or opinion testimony.
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Subpart D—CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION

§1070.40
Purpose and scope.
§1070.41
Non-disclosure of confidential information.
§1070.42
Disclosure of confidential supervisory information to supervised financial institutions and their affiliates and by supervised financial institutions and their affiliates to others.
§1070.43
Disclosure of confidential information to law enforcement agencies and other government agencies.
§1070.44
Disclosure of confidential consumer complaint information.
§1070.45
Affirmative disclosure of confidential information.
§1070.46
Other disclosures of confidential information.
§1070.47
Other rules regarding the disclosure of confidential information.
§1070.48
Privileges not affected by disclosure to the CFPB.
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Subpart E—THE PRIVACY ACT

§1070.50
Purpose and scope; definitions.
§1070.51
Authority and responsibilities of the Chief Privacy Officer.
§1070.52
Fees.
§1070.53
Request for access to records.
§1070.54
CFPB procedures for responding to a request for access.
§1070.55
Special procedures for medical records.
§1070.56
Request for amendment of records.
§1070.57
CFPB review of a request for amendment of records.
§1070.58
Appeal of adverse determination of request for access or amendment.
§1070.59
Restrictions on disclosure.
§1070.60
Exempt records.
§1070.61
Training; rules of conduct; penalties for non-compliance.
§1070.62
Preservation of records.
§1070.63
Use and collection of social security numbers.


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