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Title 31Subtitle BChapter IISubchapter APart 360


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 360—REGULATIONS GOVERNING DEFINITIVE UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS, SERIES I

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Subpart A—GENERAL INFORMATION

§360.0
Applicability.
§360.1
Official agencies.
§360.2
Definitions.
§360.3
Converting definitive savings bonds to book-entry bonds in TreasuryDirect®.
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Subpart B—REGISTRATION

§360.5
General rules.
§360.6
Authorized forms of registration.
§360.7
Chain letters prohibited.
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Subpart C—LIMITATIONS ON ANNUAL PURCHASES

§360.10
Amounts which may be purchased.
§360.11
Computation of amount.
§360.12
Disposition of excess.
§360.13
Employee plans—Conditions of eligibility.
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Subpart D—LIMITATIONS ON TRANSFER OR PLEDGE

§360.15
Transfer.
§360.16
Pledge.
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Subpart E—JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS

§360.20
General.
§360.21
Payment to judgment creditors.
§360.22
Payment or reissue pursuant to divorce.
§360.23
Evidence.
§360.24
Payment pursuant to judicial or administrative forfeiture.
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Subpart F—RELIEF FOR LOSS, THEFT, DESTRUCTION, MUTILATION, DEFACEMENT, OR NONRECEIPT OF BONDS

§360.25
General.
§360.26
Application for relief; after receipt of bond.
§360.27
Application for relief; nonreceipt of bond.
§360.28
Recovery or receipt of bond before or after relief is granted.
§360.29
Adjudication of claims.
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Subpart G—GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR PAYMENT

§360.35
Payment (redemption).
§360.36
Payment during life of sole owner.
§360.37
Payment during lives of both coowners.
§360.38
Payment during lifetime of owner of beneficiary bond.
§360.39
Surrender for payment.
§360.40
Special provisions for payment.
§360.41
Partial redemption.
§360.42
Nonreceipt or loss of remittance issued in payment.
§360.43
Effective date of request for payment.
§360.44
Withdrawal of request for payment.
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Subpart H—REISSUE AND DENOMINATIONAL EXCHANGE

§360.45
General.
§360.46
Effective date of request for reissue.
§360.47
Authorized reissue; during lifetime.
§360.48
Restrictions on reissue; denominational exchange.
§360.49
Correction of errors.
§360.50
Change of name.
§360.51
Requests for reissue.
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Subpart I—CERTIFYING OFFICERS

§360.55
Individuals authorized to certify.
§360.56
General instructions and liability.
§360.57
When a certifying officer may not certify.
§360.58
Forms to be certified.
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Subpart J—MINORS, INCOMPETENTS, AGED PERSONS, ABSENTEES, ET AL.

§360.60
Payment to representative of an estate.
§360.61
Payment after death.
§360.62
Payment to minor.
§360.63
Payment to a parent or other person on behalf of a minor.
§360.64
Payment or reinvestment—voluntary guardian of an incapacitated person.
§360.65
Reissue.
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Subpart K—DECEASED OWNER, COOWNER OR BENEFICIARY

§360.70
General rules governing entitlement.
§360.71
Decedent's estate.
§360.72
[Reserved]
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Subpart L—FIDUCIARIES

§360.75
Payment or reissue during the existence of the fiduciary estate.
§360.76
Payment or reissue after termination of the fiduciary estate.
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Subpart M—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

§360.90
Waiver of regulations.
§360.91
Additional requirements; bond of indemnity.
§360.92
Supplements, amendments, or revisions.


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