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Electronic Code of Federal Regulations

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Title 16Chapter IISubchapter EPart 1702


TITLE 16—Commercial Practices

CHAPTER II—CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER E—POISON PREVENTION PACKAGING ACT OF 1970 REGULATIONS

PART 1702—PETITIONS FOR EXEMPTIONS FROM POISON PREVENTION PACKAGING ACT REQUIREMENTS; PETITION PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS

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§1702.1
Purpose and policy.
§1702.2
Procedural requirements and recommendations.
§1702.3
Substantive requirements.
§1702.4
Petitions with insufficient or incomplete information.
§1702.5
Failure to supply adverse information.
§1702.6
Trade secrets and other confidential information.
§1702.7
Justification for the exemption.
§1702.8
Human experience data.
§1702.9
Relevant experimental data.
§1702.10
Human experimental data involving the testing of human subjects.
§1702.11
Product specifications.
§1702.12
Packaging specifications.
§1702.13
Labeling and packaging samples.
§1702.14
Marketing history.
§1702.15
Petitions alleging the incompatibility of child resistant packaging with the particular substance petitioned for exemption.
§1702.16
Petitions requesting an exemption for a drug or a new drug.
§1702.17
Granting petitions.
§1702.18
Denying petitions.
§1702.19
Effect of filing petition.

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