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TITLE 27—Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms

CHAPTER I—ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO TAX AND TRADE BUREAU, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER F—PROCEDURES AND PRACTICES

PART 72—DISPOSITION OF SEIZED PERSONAL PROPERTY

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Subpart A—SCOPE OF REGULATIONS

§72.1
Procedures relating to personal property and carriers.
§72.2
Forms prescribed.
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Subpart B—DEFINITIONS

§72.11
Meaning of terms.
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Subpart C—SEIZURES AND FORFEITURES

§72.21
Personal property and carriers subject to seizure.
§72.22
Forfeiture of seized personal property and carriers.
§72.23
Type and conditions of cost bond.
§72.24
Corporate surety bonds.
§72.25
Deposit of collateral.
§72.26
Bond for return of seized perishable goods.
§72.27
Summary destruction of explosives subject to forfeiture.
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Subpart D—REMISSION OR MITIGATION OF FORFEITURES

§72.31
Laws applicable.
§72.32
Interest claimed.
§72.33
Form of the petition.
§72.34
Contents of the petition.
§72.35
Time of filing petition.
§72.36
Place of filing.
§72.37
Discontinuance of administrative proceedings.
§72.38
Return of defective petition.
§72.39
Final action.
§72.40
Acquisition for official use and sale for account of petitioner in allowed petitions.
§72.41
Re-appraisal of property involved in an allowed petition.
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Subpart E—APPRAISER'S FEES

§72.51
Rate of compensation.
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Subpart F—ADMINISTRATIVE SALE OR DISPOSITION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY

§72.61
Alternative methods of sale.
§72.62
All bids on unit basis.
§72.63
Conditions of sale.
§72.64
Terms of sale.
§72.65
Sale of forfeited tobacco products and cigarette papers and tubes.
§72.66
Purchaser entitled to bill of sale.
§72.67
Sale on open, competitive bids.
§72.68
Sale on sealed, competitive bids.
§72.69
Alternative disposition of seized carriers.
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Subpart G—DISPOSAL OF FORFEITED FIREARMS, AMMUNITION, EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS, OR CONTRABAND CIGARETTES

§72.81
Authority for disposal.


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