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Title 29Subtitle BChapter VSubchapter APart 531


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER V—WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

SUBCHAPTER A—REGULATIONS

PART 531—WAGE PAYMENTS UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938

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Subpart A—PRELIMINARY MATTERS

§531.1
Definitions.
§531.2
Purpose and scope.
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Subpart B—DETERMINATIONS OF “REASONABLE COST” AND “FAIR VALUE”; EFFECTS OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS

§531.3
General determinations of “reasonable cost.”
§531.4
Making determinations of “reasonable cost.”
§531.5
Making determinations of “fair value.”
§531.6
Effects of collective bargaining agreements.
§531.7
[Reserved]
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Subpart C—INTERPRETATIONS

§531.25
Introductory statement.
§531.26
Relation to other laws.

How Payments May Be Made

§531.27
Payment in cash or its equivalent required.
§531.28
Restrictions applicable where payment is not in cash or its equivalent.
§531.29
Board, lodging, or other facilities.
§531.30
“Furnished” to the employee.
§531.31
“Customarily” furnished.
§531.32
“Other facilities.”
§531.33
“Reasonable cost”; “fair value.”
§531.34
Payment in scrip or similar medium not authorized.
§531.35
“Free and clear” payment; “kickbacks.”

Payment Where Additions or Deductions Are Involved

§531.36
Nonovertime workweeks.
§531.37
Overtime workweeks.

Payments Made to Persons Other Than Employees

§531.38
Amounts deducted for taxes.
§531.39
Payments to third persons pursuant to court order.
§531.40
Payments to employee's assignee.
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Subpart D—TIPPED EMPLOYEES

§531.50
Statutory provisions with respect to tipped employees.
§531.51
Conditions for taking tip credits in making wage payments.
§531.52
General characteristics of “tips.”
§531.53
Payments which constitute tips.
§531.54
Tip pooling.
§531.55
Examples of amounts not received as tips.
§531.56
“More than $30 a month in tips.”
§531.57
Receiving the minimum amount “customarily and regularly.”
§531.58
Initial and terminal months.
§531.59
The tip wage credit.
§531.60
Overtime payments.


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