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e-CFR Data is current as of April 21, 2014

TITLE 16—Commercial Practices

CHAPTER II—CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER B—CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY ACT REGULATIONS

PART 1115—SUBSTANTIAL PRODUCT HAZARD REPORTS

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Subpart A—GENERAL INTERPRETATION

§1115.1
Purpose.
§1115.2
Scope and finding.
§1115.3
Definitions.
§1115.4
Defect.
§1115.5
Reporting of failures to comply with a voluntary consumer product safety standard relied upon by the Commission under section 9 of the CPSA.
§1115.6
Reporting of unreasonable risk of serious injury or death.
§1115.7
Relation to other provisions.
§1115.8
Compliance with product safety standards.
§1115.9
[Reserved]
§1115.10
Persons who must report and where to report.
§1115.11
Imputed knowledge.
§1115.12
Information which should be reported; evaluating substantial product hazard.
§1115.13
Content and form of reports; delegations of authority.
§1115.14
Time computations.
§1115.15
Confidentiality and disclosure of data.
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Subpart B—REMEDIAL ACTIONS AND SANCTIONS

§1115.20
Voluntary remedial actions.
§1115.21
Compulsory remedial actions.
§1115.22
Prohibited acts and sanctions.
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Subpart C—GUIDELINES AND REQUIREMENTS FOR MANDATORY RECALL NOTICES

§1115.23
Purpose.
§1115.24
Applicability.
§1115.25
Definitions.
§1115.26
Guidelines and policies.
§1115.27
Recall notice content requirements.
§1115.28
Multiple products or models.
§1115.29
Final determination regarding form and content.
Appendix
Appendix to Part 1115—Voluntary Standards on Which the Commission Has Relied Under Section 9 of the Consumer Product Safety Act


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