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Title 41Subtitle CChapter 102Subchapter BPart 102-41


TITLE 41—Public Contracts and Property Management

Subtitle C—FEDERAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS SYSTEM (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER 102—FEDERAL MANAGEMENT REGULATION

SUBCHAPTER B—PERSONAL PROPERTY

PART 102-41—DISPOSITION OF SEIZED, FORFEITED, VOLUNTARILY ABANDONED, AND UNCLAIMED PERSONAL PROPERTY

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§102-41.5
What does this part cover?
§102-41.10
To whom do “we”, “you”, and their variants refer?
§102-41.15
How do we request a deviation from these requirements and who can approve it?

Definitions

§102-41.20
What definitions apply to this part?

Responsibility

§102-41.25
Who retains custody and is responsible for the reporting, care, and handling of property covered by this part?
§102-41.30
What is GSA's role in the disposition of property covered by this part?
§102-41.35
Do we report to GSA all seized personal property subject to judicial forfeiture as well as forfeited, voluntarily abandoned, or unclaimed personal property not retained for official use?
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Subpart B—SEIZED OR FORFEITED PERSONAL PROPERTY

§102-41.40
How is personal property forfeited?
§102-41.45
May we place seized personal property into official use before the forfeiture process is completed?
§102-41.50
May we retain forfeited personal property for official use?
§102-41.55
Where do we send the reports for seized or forfeited personal property?
§102-41.60
Are there special requirements in reporting seized or forfeited personal property to GSA?
§102-41.65
What happens to forfeited personal property that is transferred or retained for official use?
§102-41.70
Are transfers of forfeited personal property reimbursable?
§102-41.75
May we retain the proceeds from the sale of forfeited personal property?
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Subpart C—VOLUNTARILY ABANDONED PERSONAL PROPERTY

§102-41.80
When is personal property voluntarily abandoned?
§102-41.85
What choices do I have for retaining or disposing of voluntarily abandoned personal property?
§102-41.90
What happens to voluntarily abandoned personal property retained for official use?
§102-41.95
Where do we send the reports for voluntarily abandoned personal property?
§102-41.100
What information do we provide when reporting voluntarily abandoned personal property to GSA?
§102-41.105
What happens to voluntarily abandoned personal property when reported to GSA?
§102-41.110
Are transfers of voluntarily abandoned personal property reimbursable?
§102-41.115
May we retain the proceeds received from the sale of voluntarily abandoned personal property?
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Subpart D—UNCLAIMED PERSONAL PROPERTY

§102-41.120
How long must we hold unclaimed personal property before disposition?
§102-41.125
What choices do I have for retaining or disposing of unclaimed personal property?
§102-41.130
What must we do when we retain unclaimed personal property for official use?
§102-41.135
How much reimbursement do we pay the former owner when he or she files a claim for unclaimed personal property that we no longer have?
§102-41.140
When do we report to GSA unclaimed personal property not retained for official use?
§102-41.145
Where do we send the reports for unclaimed personal property?
§102-41.150
What special information do we provide on reports of unclaimed personal property?
§102-41.155
Is unclaimed personal property available for transfer to another Federal agency?
§102-41.160
May we retain the reimbursement from transfers of unclaimed personal property?
§102-41.165
May we require reimbursement for the costs incurred in the transfer of unclaimed personal property?
§102-41.170
Is unclaimed personal property available for donation?
§102-41.175
May we sell unclaimed personal property?
§102-41.180
May we retain the proceeds from the sale of unclaimed personal property?
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Subpart E—PERSONAL PROPERTY REQUIRING SPECIAL HANDLING

§102-41.185
Are there certain types of forfeited, voluntarily abandoned, or unclaimed property that must be handled differently than other property addressed in this part?

Firearms

§102-41.190
May we retain forfeited, voluntarily abandoned, or unclaimed firearms for official use?
§102-41.195
How do we dispose of forfeited, voluntarily abandoned, or unclaimed firearms not retained for official use?
§102-41.200
Are there special disposal provisions for firearms that are seized and forfeited for a violation of the National Firearms Act?

Forfeited Distilled Spirits, Wine, and Beer

§102-41.205
Do we report all forfeited distilled spirits, wine, and beer to GSA for disposal?

Drug Paraphernalia

§102-41.210
What are some examples of drug paraphernalia?
§102-41.215
Do we report to GSA all forfeited, voluntarily abandoned, or unclaimed drug paraphernalia not required for official use?
§102-41.220
Is drug paraphernalia forfeited under 21 U.S.C. 863 available for transfer to other Federal agencies or donation through a State Agency for Surplus Property (SASP)?
§102-41.225
Are there special provisions to reporting and transferring drug paraphernalia forfeited under 21 U.S.C. 863?
§102-41.230
May SASPs pick up or store donated drug paraphernalia in their distribution centers?
§102-41.235
May we sell forfeited drug paraphernalia?


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