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e-CFR Data is current as of December 18, 2014

Title 20Chapter IISubchapter BPart 219


TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

CHAPTER II—RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD

SUBCHAPTER B—REGULATIONS UNDER THE RAILROAD RETIREMENT ACT

PART 219—EVIDENCE REQUIRED FOR PAYMENT

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Subpart A—GENERAL EVIDENCE REQUIREMENTS

§219.1
Introduction.
§219.2
Definitions.
§219.3
When evidence is required.
§219.4
Who is responsible for furnishing evidence.
§219.5
Where and how to provide evidence.
§219.6
Records as evidence.
§219.7
How the Board decides what is convincing evidence.
§219.8
Preferred evidence and other evidence.
§219.9
Evidence, information, and records filed with the Board.
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Subpart B—EVIDENCE OF AGE AND DEATH

§219.20
When evidence of age is required.
§219.21
Types of evidence to prove age.
§219.22
When evidence of death is required.
§219.23
Evidence to prove death.
§219.24
Evidence of presumed death.
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Subpart C—EVIDENCE OF RELATIONSHIP

§219.30
When evidence of marriage is required.
§219.31
Evidence of a valid ceremonial marriage.
§219.32
Evidence of a common-law marriage.
§219.33
Evidence of a deemed valid marriage.
§219.34
When evidence that a marriage has ended is required.
§219.35
Evidence that a marriage has ended.
§219.36
When evidence of a parent or child relationship is required.
§219.37
Evidence of natural parent or child relationship.
§219.38
Evidence of stepparent or stepchild relationship.
§219.39
Evidence of relationship by legal adoption—parent or child.
§219.40
Evidence of relationship by equitable adoption—child.
§219.41
Evidence of relationship of grandchild or stepgrandchild.
§219.42
When evidence of child's dependency is required.
§219.43
Evidence of child's dependency.
§219.44
Evidence of relationship of a person other than a parent or child.
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Subpart D—OTHER EVIDENCE REQUIREMENTS

§219.50
When evidence of “living with” is required.
§219.51
Evidence to prove “living with”.
§219.52
When evidence of having a child in care is required.
§219.53
Evidence of having a child in care.
§219.54
When evidence of school attendance is required.
§219.55
Evidence of school attendance for child age 18.
§219.56
When evidence of a parent's support is required.
§219.57
Evidence of a parent's support.
§219.58
When evidence regarding payment of burial expenses is required.
§219.59
Evidence of responsibility for or payment of burial expenses.
§219.60
When evidence of the employee's permanent home is required.
§219.61
Evidence of where the employee had a permanent home.
§219.62
When evidence of “good cause” is required.
§219.63
What evidence is required to establish “good cause”.
§219.64
When evidence may be required for other reasons.
§219.65
Other types of evidence that may be required.


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