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Title 31Subtitle APart 8


TITLE 31—Money and Finance: Treasury

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

PART 8—PRACTICE BEFORE THE BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND FIREARMS

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Subpart A—GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

§8.1
Scope.
§8.2
Persons who may practice.
§8.3
Conference and practice requirements.
§8.4
Director of Practice.
§8.5
Records.
§8.6
Special orders.
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Subpart B—DEFINITIONS

§8.11
Meaning of terms.
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Subpart C—ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES

§8.21
Eligibility for enrollment.
§8.22
Application for enrollment.
§8.23
Denial of enrollment; appeal.
§8.24
Enrollment cards.
§8.25
Renewal of enrollment card.
§8.26
Change in enrollment.
§8.27
Enrollment registers.
§8.28
Termination of enrollment.
§8.29
Limited practice without enrollment.
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Subpart D—DUTIES AND RESTRICTIONS RELATING TO PRACTICE

§8.31
Furnishing of information.
§8.32
Prompt disposition of pending matters.
§8.33
Accuracy.
§8.34
Knowledge of client's omission.
§8.35
Assistance from disbarred or suspended persons and former Treasury employees.
§8.36
Practice by partners of Government employees.
§8.37
Practice by former Government employees.
§8.38
Notaries.
§8.39
Fees.
§8.40
Conflicting interests.
§8.41
Solicitation.
§8.42
Practice of law.
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Subpart E—DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS

§8.51
Authority to disbar or suspend.
§8.52
Disreputable conduct.
§8.53
Initiation of disciplinary proceedings.
§8.54
Conferences.
§8.55
Contents of complaint.
§8.56
Service of complaint and other papers.
§8.57
Answer.
§8.58
Supplemental charges.
§8.59
Proof; variance; amendment of pleadings.
§8.60
Motions and requests.
§8.61
Representation.
§8.62
Administrative Law Judge.
§8.63
Hearings.
§8.64
Evidence.
§8.65
Depositions.
§8.66
Transcript.
§8.67
Proposed findings and conclusions.
§8.68
Decision of Administrative Law Judge.
§8.69
Appeal to the Secretary.
§8.70
Decision of the Secretary.
§8.71
Effect of disbarment or suspension.
§8.72
Petition for reinstatement.

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