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Title 24Subtitle APart 17


TITLE 24—Housing and Urban Development

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT

PART 17—ADMINISTRATIVE CLAIMS

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Subpart A—CLAIMS AGAINST GOVERNMENT UNDER FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT

General Provisions

§17.1
Scope; definitions.

Procedures

§17.2
Administrative claim; when presented; appropriate HUD office.
§17.3
Administrative claim; who may file.
§17.4
Administrative claim; evidence and information to be submitted.
§17.5
Investigations.
§17.6
Claims investigation.
§17.7
Authority to adjust, determine, compromise, and settle claims.
§17.8
Limitations on authority.
§17.9
Referral to Department of Justice.
§17.11
Final denial of claim.
§17.12
Action on approved claim.
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Subpart B—CLAIMS UNDER THE MILITARY PERSONNEL AND CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES CLAIMS ACT OF 1964

§17.40
Scope and purpose.
§17.41
Claimants.
§17.42
Time limitations.
§17.43
Allowable claims.
§17.44
Restrictions on certain claims.
§17.45
Unallowable claims.
§17.46
Claims involving carriers or insurers.
§17.47
Settlement of claims.
§17.48
Computation of amount of award.
§17.49
Attorney's fees.
§17.50
Claims procedures.
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Subpart C—PROCEDURES FOR THE COLLECTION OF CLAIMS BY THE GOVERNMENT

General Provisions

§17.61
Purpose and scope.
§17.63
Definitions.

Administrative Offset and Other Actions

§17.65
Demand and notice of intent to offset.
§17.67
Review of departmental records related to the debt.
§17.69
Review within HUD of a determination that an amount is past due and legally enforceable.
§17.71
Request for hearing.
§17.73
Determination of the HUD Office of Appeals.
§17.75
Postponements, withdrawals, and extensions of time.
§17.77
Stay of referral for offset.
§17.79
Administrative actions for nonpayment of debt.

Administrative Wage Garnishment

§17.81
Administrative wage garnishment.

Salary Offset

§17.83
Scope and definitions.
§17.85
Coordinating offset with another Federal agency.
§17.87
Determination of indebtedness.
§17.89
Notice requirements before offset.
§17.91
Request for a hearing.
§17.93
Result if employee fails to meet deadlines.
§17.95
Written decision following a hearing.
§17.97
Review of departmental records related to the debt.
§17.99
Written agreement to repay debt as alternative to salary offset.
§17.101
Procedures for salary offset: when deductions may begin.
§17.103
Procedures for salary offset: types of collection.
§17.105
Procedures for salary offset: methods of collection.
§17.107
Procedures for salary offset: imposition of interest.
§17.109
Nonwaiver of rights.
§17.111
Refunds.
§17.113
Miscellaneous provisions: correspondence with the Department.


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