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Title 31Subtitle BChapter IISubchapter APart 358


TITLE 31—Money and Finance: Treasury

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO MONEY AND FINANCE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—FISCAL SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

SUBCHAPTER A—BUREAU OF THE FISCAL SERVICE

PART 358—REGULATIONS GOVERNING BOOK-ENTRY CONVERSION OF BEARER CORPORA AND DETACHED BEARER COUPONS

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§358.0
What does this part cover?
§358.1
What special terms apply to this part?
§358.2
What regulations cover these securities?
§358.3
Are there any bearer corpora or detached bearer coupons that are not eligible for conversion?
§358.4
Which bearer corpora or detached bearer coupons are eligible for conversion to transferable BECCS or CUBES securities?
§358.5
Which bearer corpora or detached bearer coupons are eligible for conversion to non-transferable BECCS or CUBES securities?
§358.6
What is the procedure for converting bearer corpora and detached bearer coupons to book-entry?
§358.7
Where do I send my bearer corpora and detached bearer coupons to be converted?
§358.8
Are there fees for the conversion of bearer corpora or detached bearer coupons?
§358.9
Who is responsible for the cost and risks associated with the shipment of securities?
§358.10
How are amounts of less than one dollar credited?
§358.11
What is required to establish the authority of a depository institution to request conversion?
§358.12
What is Treasury's liability if the depository institution does not have authority to convert securities?
§358.13
What is Treasury's liability if the depository institution incurs a loss because it does not follow required procedures?
§358.14
What happens when securities are accepted for conversion?
§358.15
What happens if securities are adjusted?
§358.16
Are BECCS and CUBES accounts maintained separately from the STRIPS program?
§358.17
Can BECCS and CUBES securities be reconstituted to physical form?
§358.18
What limitations exist on liability?
§358.19
Who is responsible for any loss resulting from the conversion of a bearer corpus missing callable coupons?
§358.20
Can these regulations be waived?
§358.21
Can these regulations be amended?


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