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TITLE 28—Judicial Administration

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE (CONTINUED)

PART 48—NEWSPAPER PRESERVATION ACT

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§48.1
Purpose.
§48.2
Definitions.
§48.3
Procedure for filing all documents.
§48.4
Application for approval of joint newspaper operating arrangement entered into after July 24, 1970.
§48.5
Requests that information not be made public.
§48.6
Public notice.
§48.7
Report of the Assistant Attorney General in Charge of the Antitrust Division.
§48.8
Written comments and requests for a hearing.
§48.9
Extensions of time.
§48.10
Hearings.
§48.11
Intervention in hearings.
§48.12
Ex parte communications.
§48.13
Record for decision.
§48.14
Decision by the Attorney General.
§48.15
Temporary approval.
§48.16
Procedure for filing of terms of a renewal or amendment to an existing joint newspaper operating arrangement.


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