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e-CFR Data is current as of December 16, 2014

Title 34Subtitle APart 30


TITLE 34—Education

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

PART 30—DEBT COLLECTION

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§30.1
What administrative actions may the Secretary take to collect a debt?
§30.2
On what authority does the Secretary rely to collect a debt under this part?
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Subpart B—[RESERVED]

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Subpart C—WHAT PROVISIONS APPLY TO ADMINISTRATIVE OFFSET?

General Offset Procedures

§30.20
To what do §§30.20-30.31 apply?
§30.21
When may the Secretary offset a debt?
§30.22
What notice does the debtor receive before the commencement of offset?
§30.23
How must a debtor request an opportunity to inspect and copy records relating to a debt?
§30.24
What opportunity does the debtor receive to obtain a review of the existence or amount of a debt?
§30.25
How may a debtor obtain an oral hearing?
§30.26
What special rules apply to an oral hearing?
§30.27
When does the Secretary enter into a repayment agreement rather than offset?
§30.28
When may the Secretary offset before completing the procedures under §§30.22-30.27?
§30.29
What procedures apply when the Secretary offsets to collect a debt owed another agency?
§30.30
What procedures apply when the Secretary requests another agency to offset a debt owed under a program or activity of the Department?
§30.31
How does the Secretary apply funds recovered by offset if multiple debts are involved?

IRS Tax Refund Offset Procedures

§30.33
What procedures does the Secretary follow for IRS tax refund offsets?

Procedures for Reporting Debts to Consumer Reporting Agencies

§30.35
What procedures does the Secretary follow to report debts to consumer reporting agencies?
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Subpart D—[RESERVED]

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Subpart E—WHAT COSTS AND PENALTIES DOES THE SECRETARY IMPOSE ON DELINQUENT DEBTORS?

§30.60
What costs does the Secretary impose on delinquent debtors?
§30.61
What penalties does the Secretary impose on delinquent debtors?
§30.62
When does the Secretary forego interest, administrative costs, or penalties?
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Subpart F—WHAT REQUIREMENTS APPLY TO THE COMPROMISE OF A DEBT OR THE SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF COLLECTION ACTION?

§30.70
How does the Secretary exercise discretion to compromise a debt or to suspend or terminate collection of a debt?
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Subpart G—[RESERVED]



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