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Title 29Subtitle BChapter XLSubchapter APart 4000


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER XL—PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY CORPORATION

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 4000—FILING, ISSUANCE, COMPUTATION OF TIME, AND RECORD RETENTION

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Subpart A—FILING RULES

§4000.1
What are these filing rules about?
§4000.2
What definitions do I need to know for these rules?
§4000.3
What methods of filing may I use?
§4000.4
Where do I file my submission?
§4000.5
Does the PBGC have discretion to waive these filing requirements?
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Subpart B—ISSUANCE RULES

§4000.11
What are these issuance rules about?
§4000.12
What definitions do I need to know for these rules?
§4000.13
What methods of issuance may I use?
§4000.14
What is the safe-harbor method for providing an issuance by electronic media?
§4000.15
Does the PBGC have discretion to waive these issuance requirements?
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Subpart C—DETERMINING FILING AND ISSUANCE DATES

§4000.21
What are these rules for determining the filing or issuance date about?
§4000.22
What definitions do I need to know for these rules?
§4000.23
When is my submission or issuance treated as filed or issued?
§4000.24
What if I mail my submission or issuance using the U.S. Postal Service?
§4000.25
What if I use the postal service of a foreign country?
§4000.26
What if I use a commercial delivery service?
§4000.27
What if I hand deliver my submission or issuance?
§4000.28
What if I send a computer disk?
§4000.29
What if I use electronic delivery?
§4000.30
What if I need to resend my filing or issuance for technical reasons?
§4000.31
Is my issuance untimely if I miss a few participants or beneficiaries?
§4000.32
Does the PBGC have discretion to waive any requirements under this part?
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Subpart D—COMPUTATION OF TIME

§4000.41
What are these computation-of-time rules about?
§4000.42
What definitions do I need to know for these rules?
§4000.43
How do I compute a time period?
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Subpart E—ELECTRONIC MEANS OF RECORD RETENTION

§4000.51
What are these record retention rules about?
§4000.52
What definitions do I need to know for these rules?
§4000.53
May I use electronic media to satisfy PBGC's record retention requirements?
§4000.54
May I dispose of original paper records if I keep electronic copies?


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