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Title 31Subtitle APart 29


TITLE 31—Money and Finance: Treasury

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

PART 29—FEDERAL BENEFIT PAYMENTS UNDER CERTAIN DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA RETIREMENT PROGRAMS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§29.101
Purpose and scope.
§29.102
Related regulations.
§29.103
Definitions.
§29.104
Schedule for Federal Benefit Payments.
§29.105
Computation of time.
§29.106
Representative payees.
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Subpart B—COORDINATION WITH THE DISTRICT GOVERNMENT

§29.201
Purpose and scope.
§29.202
Definitions. [Reserved]
§29.203
Service of Process.
Appendix
Appendix A to Subpart B of Part 29—Addresses for Service Under §29.203
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Subpart C—SPLIT BENEFITS

§29.301
Purpose and scope.
§29.302
Definitions.
§29.311
Credit only for service performed on or before June 30, 1997.
§29.312
All requirements for credit must be satisfied by June 30, 1997.
§29.313
Federal Benefit Payments are computed based on retirement eligibility as of the separation date and service creditable as of June 30, 1997.
§29.321
General principle.
§29.322
Disability benefits.
§29.331
General principle.
§29.332
Unused sick leave.
§29.333
Military service.
§29.334
Deposit service.
§29.335
Refunded service.
§29.341
General principle.
§29.342
Computed annuity exceeds the statutory maximum.
§29.343
Disability benefits.
§29.344
Survivor benefits.
§29.345
Annuity adjustments.
§29.346
Reduction for survivor benefits.
§29.351
General principle.
§29.352
Refunded contributions.
§29.353
Refunded deposits.
Appendix
Appendix A to Subpart C of Part 29—Examples
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Subpart D—CLAIMS AND APPEALS PROCEDURES

§29.401
Purpose.
§29.402
Definitions.
§29.403
Applications filed with the Benefits Administrator.
§29.404
Initial benefit determinations and reconsideration by the Benefits Administrator.
§29.405
Appeals to the Department.
§29.406
Judicial review.
§29.407
Competing claimants.
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Subpart E—DEBT COLLECTION AND WAIVERS OF COLLECTION

§29.501
Purpose; incorporation by reference; scope.
§29.502
Definitions.
§29.503
Prohibition against collection of debts.
§29.504
Status of debts.
§29.505
Compromise of debts; termination and suspension of collection actions.
§29.506
Recovery of other debts owed to the United States.

Collection of Overpayments

§29.511
Demand letters.
§29.512
Reconsideration by the Benefits Administrator.
§29.513
Appeals to the Department.
§29.514
Requests for waiver and/or compromise.
§29.515
Judicial review.
§29.516
Collection of overpayments.
§29.517
Collection by offset.
§29.518
Reporting delinquent debts to credit bureaus.
§29.519
Referral to a collection agency.
§29.520
Referral for litigation.

Standards for Waiver of Overpayments

§29.521
Conditions for waiver and other adjustments.
§29.522
Fault.
§29.523
Equity and good conscience.
§29.524
Financial hardship.
§29.525
Ordinary and necessary living expenses.
§29.526
Waiver precluded.


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