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Title 29Subtitle BChapter XXVSubchapter IPart 2580


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER XXV—EMPLOYEE BENEFITS SECURITY ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

SUBCHAPTER I—TEMPORARY BONDING RULES UNDER THE EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT INCOME SECURITY ACT OF 1974

PART 2580—TEMPORARY BONDING RULES

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Subpart A—CRITERIA FOR DETERMINING WHO MUST BE BONDED

§2580.412-1
Statutory provisions.
§2580.412-2
Plans exempt from the coverage of section 13.
§2580.412-3
Plan administrators, officers and employees for purposes of section 13.
§2580.412-4
“Funds or other property” of a plan.
§2580.412-5
Determining when “funds or other property” belong to a plan.
§2580.412-6
Determining when “funds or other property” are “handled” so as to require bonding.
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Subpart B—SCOPE AND FORM OF THE BOND

§2580.412-7
Statutory provision—scope of the bond.
§2580.412-8
The nature of the duties or activities to which the bonding requirement relates.
§2580.412-9
Meaning of fraud or dishonesty.
§2580.412-10
Individual or schedule or blanket form of bonds.
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Subpart C—AMOUNT OF THE BOND

§2580.412-11
Statutory provision.
§2580.412-12
Relationship of determining the amount of the bond to “handling”.
§2580.412-13
The meaning of “funds” in determining the amount of the bond.
§2580.412-14
Determining the amount of funds “handled” during the preceding reporting year.
§2580.412-15
Procedures to be used for estimating the amount of funds to be “handled” during the current reporting year in those cases where there is no preceding reporting year.
§2580.412-16
Amount of bond required in given types of bonds or where more than one plan is insured in the same bond.
§2580.412-17
Bonds over $500,000.
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Subpart D—GENERAL BOND RULES

§2580.412-18
Naming of insureds.
§2580.412-19
Term of the bond, discovery period, other bond clauses.
§2580.412-20
Use of existing bonds, separate bonds and additional bonding.
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Subpart E—QUALIFIED AGENTS, BROKERS AND SURETY COMPANIES FOR THE PLACING OF BONDS

§2580.412-21
Corporate sureties holding grants of authority from the Secretary of the Treasury.
§2580.412-22
Interests held in agents, brokers and surety companies.
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Subpart F—EXEMPTIONS

Bonds Placed With Certain Reinsuring Companies

§2580.412-23
Exemption.
§2580.412-24
Conditions of exemption.

Bonds Placed With Underwriters at Lloyds, London

§2580.412-25
Exemption.
§2580.412-26
Conditions of exemption.

Banking Institutions Subject to Federal Regulation

§2580.412-27
Exemption.
§2580.412-28
Conditions of exemption.

Savings and Loan Associations Subject to Federal Regulation

§2580.412-29
Exemption.
§2580.412-30
Conditions of exemption.

Insurance Carriers, Service and Other Similar Organizations

§2580.412-31
Exemption.
§2580.412-32
Conditions of exemption.
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Subpart G—PROHIBITION AGAINST BONDING BY PARTIES INTERESTED IN THE PLAN

§2580.412-33
Introductory statement.
§2580.412-34
General.
§2580.412-35
Disqualification of agents, brokers and sureties.
§2580.412-36
Application of 13(c) to “party in interest”.


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