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e-CFR Data is current as of April 22, 2014

TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

CHAPTER II—RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD

SUBCHAPTER B—REGULATIONS UNDER THE RAILROAD RETIREMENT ACT

PART 217—APPLICATION FOR ANNUITY OR LUMP SUM

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§217.1
Introduction.
§217.2
Definitions.
§217.3
Need to file an application.
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Subpart B—APPLICATIONS

§217.5
When an application is a claim for an annuity or lump sum.
§217.6
What is an application filed with the Board.
§217.7
Claim filed with the Social Security Administration.
§217.8
When one application satisfies the filing requirement for other benefits.
§217.9
Effective period of application.
§217.10
Application filed after death.
§217.11
“Good cause” for delay in filing application.
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Subpart C—FILING AN APPLICATION

§217.15
Where to file.
§217.16
Filing date.
§217.17
What is an acceptable signature.
§217.18
When application is not acceptable.
§217.19
Representative of the claimant selected after application is filed.
§217.20
When a written statement is used to establish the filing date.
§217.21
Deterred from filing.
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Subpart D—CANCELLATION OF APPLICATION

§217.25
Who may cancel an application.
§217.26
How to cancel an application.
§217.27
Effect of cancellation.
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Subpart E—DENIAL OF APPLICATION

§217.30
Reasons for denial of application.
§217.31
Applicant's right to appeal denial.


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