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Title 28Chapter IPart 58


TITLE 28—Judicial Administration

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE (CONTINUED)

PART 58—REGULATIONS RELATING TO THE BANKRUPTCY REFORM ACTS OF 1978 AND 1994

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§58.1
Authorization to establish panels of private trustees.
§58.2
Authorization to appoint standing trustees.
§58.3
Qualification for membership on panels of private trustees.
§58.4
Qualifications for appointment as standing trustee and fiduciary standards.
§58.5
Non-discrimination in appointment.
§58.6
Procedures for suspension and removal of panel trustees and standing trustees.
§58.7
Procedures for Completing Uniform Forms of Trustee Final Reports in Cases Filed Under Chapters 7, 12, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code.
§58.11
Procedures governing administrative review of a United States Trustee's decision to deny a Chapter 12 or Chapter 13 standing Trustee's claim of actual, necessary expenses.
§58.12
Definitions.
§58.13
Procedures all agencies shall follow when applying to become approved agencies.
§58.14
Automatic expiration of agencies' status as approved agencies.
§58.15
Procedures all approved agencies shall follow when applying for approval to act as an approved agency for an additional one year period.
§58.16
Renewal for an additional one year period.
§58.17
Mandatory duty of approved agencies to notify United States Trustees of material changes.
§58.18
Mandatory duty of approved agencies to obtain prior consent of the United States Trustee before taking certain actions.
§58.19
Continuing requirements for becoming and remaining approved agencies.
§58.20
Minimum qualifications agencies shall meet to become and remain approved agencies.
§58.21
Minimum requirements to become and remain approved agencies relating to fees.
§58.22
Minimum requirements to become and remain approved agencies relating to certificates.
§58.23
Minimum financial requirements and bonding and insurance requirements for agencies offering debt repayment plans.
§58.24
Procedures for obtaining final agency action on United States Trustees' decisions to deny agencies' applications and to remove approved agencies from the approved list.
§58.25
Definitions.
§58.26
Procedures all providers shall follow when applying to become approved providers.
§58.27
Automatic expiration of providers' status as approved providers.
§58.28
Procedures all approved providers shall follow when applying for approval to act as an approved provider for an additional one year period.
§58.29
Renewal for an additional one year period.
§58.30
Mandatory duty of approved providers to notify United States Trustees of material changes.
§58.31
Mandatory duty of approved providers to obtain prior consent of the United States Trustee before taking certain actions.
§58.32
Continuing requirements for becoming and remaining approved providers.
§58.33
Minimum qualifications providers shall meet to become and remain approved providers.
§58.34
Minimum requirements to become and remain approved providers relating to fees.
§58.35
Minimum requirements to become and remain approved providers relating to certificates.
§58.36
Procedures for obtaining final provider action on United States Trustees' decisions to deny providers' applications and to remove approved providers from the approved list.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 58—Guidelines for Reviewing Applications for Compensation and Reimbursement of Expenses Filed Under 11 U.S.C. 330


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