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Title 29Subtitle BChapter IVSubchapter APart 453


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR

CHAPTER IV—OFFICE OF LABOR-MANAGEMENT STANDARDS, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

SUBCHAPTER A—LABOR-MANAGEMENT STANDARDS

PART 453—GENERAL STATEMENT CONCERNING THE BONDING REQUIREMENTS OF THE LABOR-MANAGEMENT REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE ACT OF 1959

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Introduction

§453.1
Scope and significance of this part.

Criteria for Determining Who Must Be Bonded

§453.2
Provisions of the statute.
§453.3
Labor organizations within the coverage of section 502(a).
§453.4
Trusts (in which a labor organization is interested) within the coverage of section 502(a).
§453.5
Officers, agents, shop stewards, or other representatives or employees of a labor organization.
§453.6
Officers, agents, shop stewards or other representatives or employees of a trust in which a labor organization is interested.
§453.7
“Funds or other property” of a labor organization or of a trust in which a labor organization is interested.
§453.8
Personnel who “handle” funds or other property.
§453.9
“Handling” of funds or other property by personnel functioning as a governing body.

Scope of the Bond

§453.10
The statutory provision.
§453.11
The nature of the “duties” to which the bonding requirement relates.
§453.12
Meaning of fraud or dishonesty.

Amount of Bonds

§453.13
The statutory provision.
§453.14
The meaning of “funds.”
§453.15
The meaning of funds handled “during the preceding fiscal year”.
§453.16
Funds handled by more than one person.
§453.17
Term of the bond.

Form of Bonds

§453.18
Bonds “individual or schedule in form”.
§453.19
The designation of the “insured” on bonds.

Qualified Agents, Brokers, and Surety Companies for the Placing of Bonds

§453.20
Corporate sureties holding grants of authority from the Secretary of the Treasury.
§453.21
Interests held in agents, brokers, and surety companies.

Miscellaneous Provisions

§453.22
Prohibition of certain activities by unbonded persons.
§453.23
Persons becoming subject to bonding requirements during fiscal year.
§453.24
Payment of bonding costs.
§453.25
Effective date of the bonding requirement.
§453.26
Powers of the Secretary of Labor to exempt.


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