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Title 42Chapter ISubchapter DPart 60


TITLE 42—Public Health

CHAPTER I—PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

SUBCHAPTER D—GRANTS

PART 60—HEALTH EDUCATION ASSISTANCE LOAN PROGRAM

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

§60.1
What is the HEAL program?
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Subpart B—THE BORROWER

§60.5
Who is an eligible student borrower?
§60.6
Who is an eligible nonstudent borrower?
§60.7
The loan application process.
§60.8
What are the borrower's major rights and responsibilities?
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Subpart C—THE LOAN

§60.10
How much can be borrowed?
§60.11
Terms of repayment.
§60.12
Deferment.
§60.13
Interest.
§60.14
The insurance premium.
§60.15
Other charges to the borrower.
§60.16
Power of attorney.
§60.17
Security and endorsement.
§60.18
Consolidation of HEAL loans.
§60.19
Forms.
§60.20
The Secretary's collection efforts after payment of a default claim.
§60.21
Refunds.
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Subpart D—THE LENDER AND HOLDER

§60.30
Which organizations are eligible to apply to be HEAL lenders and holders?
§60.31
The application to be a HEAL lender or holder.
§60.32
The HEAL lender or holder insurance contract.
§60.33
Making a HEAL loan.
§60.34
HEAL loan account servicing.
§60.35
HEAL loan collection.
§60.36
Consequence of using an agent.
§60.37
Forbearance.
§60.38
Assignment of a HEAL loan.
§60.39
Death and disability claims.
§60.40
Procedures for filing claims.
§60.41
Determination of amount of loss on claims.
§60.42
Records, reports, inspection, and audit requirements for HEAL lenders and holders.
§60.43
Limitation, suspension, or termination of the eligibility of a HEAL lender or holder.
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Subpart E—THE SCHOOL

§60.50
Which schools are eligible to be HEAL schools?
§60.51
The student loan application.
§60.52
The student's loan check.
§60.53
Notification to lender or holder of change in enrollment status.
§60.54
Payment of refunds by schools.
§60.55
Administrative and fiscal procedures.
§60.56
Records.
§60.57
Reports.
§60.58
Federal access to school records.
§60.59
Records and Federal access after a school is no longer a HEAL school.
§60.60
Limitation, suspension, or termination of the eligibility of a HEAL school.
§60.61
Responsibilities of a HEAL school.

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