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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 370—ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS AND FUNDS TRANSFERS RELATING TO UNITED STATES SECURITIES

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Subpart A—GENERAL INFORMATION

§370.0
What does this part cover?
§370.1
What special terms do I need to know to understand this part?
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Subpart B—CREDIT ACH ENTRIES

§370.5
How can I appoint a financial institution to receive payments on my behalf?
§370.6
What requirements apply to a financial institution that handles a credit entry?
§370.7
How can my financial institution change my designated deposit account?
§370.8
Are there any requirements related to a prenotification entry?
§370.9
How can my payment instructions be changed?
§370.10
What can cause my payments to be suspended?
§370.11
What must my financial institution do when it receives a payment?
§370.12
What happens if an error is made in a credit entry, or if a duplicate credit entry is made?
§370.13
Can time limits for taking an action on a credit entry be extended?
§370.14
Can substitute payment procedures be used?
§370.15
What limitations exist on liability?
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Subpart C—DEBIT ENTRIES

§370.20
What requirements apply if I want to authorize a debit entry to my deposit account?
§370.21
Are there any requirements related to a prenotification entry?
§370.22
What requirements apply to a financial institution that debits a deposit account?
§370.23
What other requirements apply to a financial institution?
§370.24
What right does the Bureau of the Fiscal Service have to terminate or suspend debit entries?
§370.25
What rights do I have to terminate or suspend debit entries?
§370.26
What limitations exist on liability?
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Subpart D—ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION OF TRANSACTION REQUESTS THROUGH THE BUREAU OF THE FISCAL SERVICE

§370.35
Does the Bureau of the Fiscal Service accept all electronically signed transaction requests?
§370.36
When does a transaction request become effective?
§370.37
Where is the point of transaction for an electronically submitted transaction request?
§370.38
What is the legal effect of an electronic signature?
§370.39
To what extent is a digital signature admissible in any civil litigation or dispute?
§370.40
Can I be held accountable if my negligence contributes to a forged signature?
§370.41
What limitations exist on liability?
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Subpart E—ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS

§370.45
What is the status of a security if the remittance cannot be collected?
§370.46
Are there any situations in which the Bureau of the Fiscal Service may waive these regulations?
§370.47
To what extent may the Bureau of the Fiscal Service change these regulations?


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