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Title 39Chapter ISubchapter DPart 265


TITLE 39—Postal Service

CHAPTER I—UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

SUBCHAPTER D—ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION

PART 265—RELEASE OF INFORMATION

rule
§265.1
Purpose and scope.
§265.2
Policy.
§265.3
Responsibility.
§265.4
Inquiries.
§265.5
Public reading rooms.
§265.6
Availability of records.
§265.7
Procedure for submitting a FOIA request.
§265.8
Business information; procedures for predisclosure notification to submitters.
§265.9
Schedule of fees.
§265.10
Annual report.
§265.11
Compliance with subpoena duces tecum, court orders, and summonses.
§265.12
Demands for testimony or records in certain legal proceedings.
§265.13
Compliance with subpoenas, summonses, and court orders by postal employees within the Inspection Service where the Postal Service, the United States, or any other federal agency is not a party.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 265—Fees for Computer Searches

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