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TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 13—CLAIMS COLLECTION STANDARDS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§13.1
Purpose and scope.
§13.2
Definitions.
§13.3
Interagency claims.
§13.4
Other remedies.
§13.5
Claims involving criminal activities or misconduct.
§13.6
Subdivision of claims not authorized.
§13.7
Omission not a defense.
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Subpart B—COLLECTION

§13.8
Collection rule.
§13.9
Initial notice.
§13.10
Aggressive collection actions; documentation.
§13.11
Interest, penalty and administrative costs.
§13.12
Interest and charges pending waiver or review.
§13.13
Contracting for collection services.
§13.14
Use of credit reporting agencies.
§13.15
Taxpayer information.
§13.16
Liquidation of collateral.
§13.17
Suspension or revocation of license or eligibility.
§13.18
Installment payments.
§13.19
Analysis of costs; automation; prevention of overpayments, delinquencies or defaults.
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Subpart C—ADMINISTRATIVE OFFSET

§13.20
Administrative offset of general debts.
§13.21
Employee salary offset—general.
§13.22
Salary offset when EPA is the creditor agency.
§13.23
Salary offset when EPA is not the creditor agency.
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Subpart D—COMPROMISE OF DEBTS

§13.24
General.
§13.25
Standards for compromise.
§13.26
Payment of compromised claims.
§13.27
Joint and several liability.
§13.28
Execution of releases.
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Subpart E—SUSPENSION OF COLLECTION ACTION

§13.29
Suspension—general.
§13.30
Standards for suspension.
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Subpart F—TERMINATION OF DEBTS

§13.31
Termination—general.
§13.32
Standards for termination.
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Subpart G—REFERRALS

§13.33
Referrals to the Department of Justice.
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Subpart H—REFERRAL OF DEBTS TO IRS FOR TAX REFUND OFFSET

§13.34
Purpose.
§13.35
Applicability and scope.
§13.36
Administrative charges.
§13.37
Notice requirement before offset.
§13.38
Review within the Agency.
§13.39
Agency determination.
§13.40
Stay of offset.


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