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Title 16Chapter IISubchapter BPart 1101


TITLE 16—Commercial Practices

CHAPTER II—CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER B—CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY ACT REGULATIONS

PART 1101—INFORMATION DISCLOSURE UNDER SECTION 6(b) OF THE CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY ACT

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Subpart A—BACKGROUND

§1101.1
General background.
§1101.2.
Scope.
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Subpart B—INFORMATION SUBJECT TO NOTICE AND ANALYSIS PROVISIONS OF SECTION 6(B)(1)

§1101.11
General application of provisions of section 6(b)(1).
§1101.12
Commission must disclose information to the public.
§1101.13
Public ability to ascertain readily identity of manufacturer or private labeler.
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Subpart C—PROCEDURE FOR PROVIDING NOTICE AND OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT UNDER SECTION 6(B)(1)

§1101.21
Form of notice and opportunity to comment.
§1101.22
Timing: request for time extensions.
§1101.23
Providing less than 15 days notice before disclosing information.
§1101.24
Scope of comments Commission seeks.
§1101.25
Notice of intent to disclose.
§1101.26
Circumstances when the Commission does not provide notice and opportunity to comment.
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Subpart D—REASONABLE STEPS COMMISSION WILL TAKE TO ASSURE INFORMATION IT DISCLOSES IS ACCURATE, AND THAT DISCLOSURE IS FAIR IN THE CIRCUMSTANCES AND REASONABLY RELATED TO EFFECTUATING THE PURPOSES OF THE ACTS IT ADMINISTERS

§1101.31
General requirements.
§1101.32
Reasonable steps to assure information is accurate.
§1101.33
Reasonable steps to assure information release is fair in the circumstances.
§1101.34
Reasonable steps to assure information release is “reasonably related to effectuating the purposes of the Acts” the Commission administers.
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Subpart E—STATUTORY EXCEPTIONS OF SECTION 6(B)(4)

§1101.41
Generally.
§1101.42
Imminent hazard exception.
§1101.43
Section 6(b)(4)(A) exception.
§1101.44
Rulemaking proceeding exception.
§1101.45
Adjudicatory proceeding exception.
§1101.46
Other administrative or judicial proceeding exception.
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Subpart F—RETRACTION

§1101.51
Commission interpretation.
§1101.52
Procedure for retraction.
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Subpart G—INFORMATION SUBMITTED PURSUANT TO SECTION 15(B) OF THE CPSA

§1101.61
Generally.
§1101.62
Statutory exceptions to section 6(b)(5) requirements.
§1101.63
Information submitted pursuant to section 15(b) of the CPSA.
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Subpart H—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY TO INFORMATION GROUP

§1101.71
Delegation of authority.


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