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Title 36Chapter XIISubchapter EPart 1270


TITLE 36—Parks, Forests, and Public Property

CHAPTER XII—NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION

SUBCHAPTER E—PRESIDENTIAL RECORDS

PART 1270—PRESIDENTIAL RECORDS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§1270.10
Scope of part.
§1270.12
Application.
§1270.14
Definitions.
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Subpart B—ACTIONS TAKEN ON BEHALF OF FORMER PRESIDENTS

§1270.20
Designation of person or persons to act for former President.
§1270.22
When Archivist may act for former President.
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Subpart C—DISPOSAL OF PRESIDENTIAL RECORDS

§1270.30
Disposal of Presidential records by incumbent President.
§1270.32
Disposal of Presidential Records in the custody of the Archivist.
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Subpart D—ACCESS TO PRESIDENTIAL RECORDS

§1270.40
Identification of restricted records.
§1270.42
Denial of access to public; right to appeal.
§1270.44
Exceptions to restricted access.
§1270.46
Notice of intent to disclose Presidential records.
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Subpart E—PRESIDENTIAL RECORDS COMPILED FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT PURPOSES

§1270.50
Consultation with law enforcement agencies.


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