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TITLE 12—Banks and Banking

CHAPTER VII—NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION

SUBCHAPTER B—REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE OPERATIONS OF THE NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION

PART 797—PROCEDURES FOR DEBT COLLECTION

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Subpart A—SCOPE, PURPOSE, DEFINITIONS AND DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY

§797.1
Scope.
§797.2
Purpose.
§797.3
Definitions.
§797.4
Delegation of authority.
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Subpart B—ADMINISTRATIVE OFFSET

§797.5
Authority and scope.
§797.6
Administrative offset prior to completion of procedures.
§797.7
Procedures.
§797.8
Right to agency review.
§797.9
Review procedures.
§797.10
Special review.
§797.11
Interest, administrative costs, and penalties.
§797.12
Refunds.
§797.13
Requests for administrative offset where NCUA is the creditor agency.
§797.14
Requests for administrative offset from other federal agencies where NCUA is the paying agency.
§797.15
Administrative offset against amounts payable from Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund.
§797.16
Stay of offset.
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Subpart C—SALARY OFFSET

§797.17
Authority and scope.
§797.18
Notice requirements where NCUA is the creditor agency.
§797.19
Review of NCUA records related to the debt.
§797.20
Procedures to request a hearing.
§797.21
Hearing procedures.
§797.22
Voluntary repayment agreement.
§797.23
Certification where NCUA is the creditor agency.
§797.24
Certification where NCUA is the paying agency.
§797.25
Recovery from final check or other payments due a separated employee.


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