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TITLE 34—Education

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

PART 21—EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§21.1
Equal Access to Justice Act.
§21.2
Time period when the Act applies.
§21.3
Definitions.
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Subpart B—WHICH ADVERSARY ADJUDICATIONS ARE COVERED?

§21.10
Adversary adjudications covered by the Act.
§21.11
Effect of judicial review of adversary adjudication.
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Subpart C—HOW IS ELIGIBILITY DETERMINED?

§21.20
Types of eligible applicants.
§21.21
Determination of net worth and number of employees.
§21.22
Applicants representing others.
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Subpart D—HOW DOES ONE APPLY FOR AN AWARD?

§21.30
Time for filing application.
§21.31
Contents of application.
§21.32
Confidentiality of information about net worth.
§21.33
Allowable fees and expenses.
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Subpart E—WHAT PROCEDURES ARE USED IN CONSIDERING APPLICATIONS?

§21.40
Filing and service of documents.
§21.41
Answer to application.
§21.42
Reply.
§21.43
Comments by other parties.
§21.44
Further proceedings.
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Subpart F—HOW ARE AWARDS DETERMINED?

§21.50
Standards for awards.
§21.51
Initial decision in applications not subject to the CRRA.
§21.52
Initial decision by an adjudicative officer in applications subject to CRRA jurisdiction.
§21.53
Final decision of the CRRA.
§21.54
Review by the Secretary.
§21.55
Final decision if the Secretary does not review.
§21.56
Judicial review.
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Subpart G—HOW ARE AWARDS PAID?

§21.60
Payment of awards.
§21.61
Release.


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