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

Title 22Chapter IIPart 213


TITLE 22—Foreign Relations

CHAPTER II—AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

PART 213—CLAIMS COLLECTION

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§213.1
Purpose and scope.
§213.2
Definitions.
§213.3
Loans, guarantees, sovereign and interagency claims.
§213.4
Other remedies.
§213.5
Fraud claims.
§213.6
Subdivision of claims not authorized.
§213.7
Omission not a defense.
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Subpart B—COLLECTION

§213.8
Collection—general.
§213.9
Written notice.
§213.10
Review requirements.
§213.11
Aggressive collection actions; documentation.
§213.12
Interest, penalty and administrative costs.
§213.13
Interest and charges pending waiver or review.
§213.14
Contracting for collection services.
§213.15
Use of credit reporting bureaus.
§213.16
Use and disclosure of mailing addresses.
§213.17
Liquidation of collateral.
§213.18
Suspension or revocation of eligibility for loans and loan guarantees, licenses or privileges.
§213.19
Installment payments.
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Subpart C—ADMINISTRATIVE OFFSET

§213.20
Administrative offset of non-employee debts.
§213.21
Employee salary offset—general.
§213.22
Salary offset when USAID is the creditor agency.
§213.23
Salary offset when USAID is not the creditor agency.
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Subpart D—COMPROMISE OF DEBTS

§213.24
General.
§213.25
Standards for compromise.
§213.26
Payment of compromised claims.
§213.27
Joint and several liability.
§213.28
Execution of releases.
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Subpart E—SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF COLLECTION ACTION

§213.29
Suspension—general.
§213.30
Standards for suspension.
§213.31
Termination—general.
§213.32
Standards for termination.
§213.33
Permitted actions after termination of collection activity.
§213.34
Debts that have been discharged in bankruptcy.
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Subpart F—DISCHARGE OF INDEBTEDNESS AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

§213.35
Discharging indebtedness—general.
§213.36
Reporting to IRS.
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Subpart G—REFERRALS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

§213.37
Referrals to the Department of Justice.
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Subpart H—MANDATORY TRANSFER OF DELINQUENT DEBT TO FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE (FMS) OF THE DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY

§213.38
Mandatory transfer of debts to FMS—general.
§213.39
Exceptions to mandatory transfer.


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