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Title 45Subtitle BChapter XIIISubchapter IPart 1386


TITLE 45—Public Welfare

SUBTITLE B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC WELFARE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER XIII—OFFICE OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

SUBCHAPTER I—Subchapter I—THE ADMINISTRATION ON INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES PROGRAM

PART 1386—FORMULA GRANT PROGRAMS

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Subpart A—BASIC REQUIREMENTS

§1386.1
General.
§1386.2
Obligation of funds.
§1386.3
Liquidation of obligations.
§1386.4
[Reserved]
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Subpart B—PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (PADD)

§1386.19
Definitions.
§1386.20
Agency designated as the State Protection and Advocacy System.
§1386.21
Requirements and authority of the State Protection and Advocacy System.
§1386.22
Periodic reports: State Protection and Advocacy System.
§1386.23
Non-allowable costs for the State Protection and Advocacy System.
§1386.24
Allowable litigation costs.
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Subpart C—ACCESS TO RECORDS, SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND INDIVIDUALS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

§1386.25
Access to records.
§1386.26
Denial or delay of access to records.
§1386.27
Access to service providers and individuals with developmental disabilities.
§1386.28
Confidentiality of State Protection and Advocacy System records.
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Subpart D—FEDERAL ASSISTANCE TO STATE COUNCILS ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

§1386.30
State plan requirements.
§1386.31
State plan submittal and approval.
§1386.32
Periodic reports: Federal assistance to State Councils on Developmental Disabilities.
§1386.33
Protection of employees interests.
§1386.34
Designated State Agency.
§1386.35
Allowable and non-allowable costs for Federal assistance to State Councils on Developmental Disabilities.
§1386.36
Final disapproval of the State plan or plan amendments.
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Subpart E—PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE FOR HEARINGS PERTAINING TO STATES' CONFORMITY AND COMPLIANCE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES STATE PLANS, REPORTS, AND FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS

§1386.80
Definitions.
§1386.81
Scope of rules.
§1386.82
Records to the public.
§1386.83
Use of gender and number.
§1386.84
Suspension of rules.
§1386.85
Filing and service of papers.
§1386.90
Notice of hearing or opportunity for hearing.
§1386.91
Time of hearing.
§1386.92
Place.
§1386.93
Issues at hearing.
§1386.94
Request to participate in hearing.
§1386.100
Who presides.
§1386.101
Authority of presiding officer.
§1386.102
Rights of parties.
§1386.103
Discovery.
§1386.104
Evidentiary purpose.
§1386.105
Evidence.
§1386.106
Exclusion from hearing for misconduct.
§1386.107
Unsponsored written material.
§1386.108
Official transcript.
§1386.109
Record for decision.
§1386.110
Post-hearing briefs.
§1386.111
Decisions following hearing.
§1386.112
Effective date of decision by the Secretary.

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