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Title 36Chapter XIISubchapter FPart 1275


TITLE 36—Parks, Forests, and Public Property

CHAPTER XII—NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION

SUBCHAPTER F—NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS

PART 1275—PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION OF AND ACCESS TO THE PRESIDENTIAL HISTORICAL MATERIALS OF THE NIXON ADMINISTRATION

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§1275.1
Scope of part.

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§1275.10
Purpose.
§1275.12
Application.
§1275.14
Legal custody.
§1275.16
Definitions.
§1275.18
Requests or demands for access.
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Subpart B—PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION

§1275.20
Responsibility.
§1275.22
Security.
§1275.24
Archival processing.
§1275.26
Access procedures.
§1275.28
Extraordinary authority during emergencies.
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Subpart C—ACCESS TO MATERIALS BY FORMER PRESIDENT NIXON, FEDERAL AGENCIES, AND FOR USE IN ANY JUDICIAL PROCEEDING

§1275.30
Access by former President Nixon.
§1275.32
Access by Federal agencies.
§1275.34
Access for use in judicial proceedings.
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Subpart D—ACCESS BY THE PUBLIC

§1275.40
Scope of subpart.
§1275.42
Processing period; notice of proposed opening.
§1275.44
Rights and privileges; right to a fair trial.
§1275.46
Segregation and review; Senior Archival Panel; Presidential Materials Review Board.
§1275.48
Transfer of materials.
§1275.50
Restriction of materials related to abuses of governmental power.
§1275.52
Restriction of materials of general historical significance unrelated to abuses of governmental power.
§1275.54
Periodic review of restrictions.
§1275.56
Appeal of restrictions.
§1275.58
Deletion of restricted portions.
§1275.60
Requests for declassification.
§1275.62
Reference room locations, hours, and rules.
§1275.64
Reproduction of tape recordings of Presidential conversations.
§1275.66
Reproduction and authentication of other materials.
§1275.68
Amendment of regulations.
§1275.70
Freedom of information requests.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 1275—Settlement Agreement

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