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Title 45Subtitle ASubchapter APart 30


TITLE 45—Public Welfare

Subtitle A—DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

PART 30—CLAIMS COLLECTION

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§30.1
Purpose, authority, and scope.
§30.2.
Definitions.
§30.3
Antitrust, fraud, exception in the account of an accountable official, and interagency claims excluded.
§30.4
Compromise, waiver, or disposition under other statutes not precluded.
§30.5
Other administrative remedies.
§30.6
Form of payment.
§30.7
Subdivision of claims.
§30.8
Required administrative proceedings.
§30.9
No private rights created.
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Subpart B—STANDARDS FOR THE ADMINISTRATIVE COLLECTION OF DEBTS

§30.10
Collection activities.
§30.11
Demand for payment.
§30.12
Administrative offset.
§30.13
Debt reporting and use of credit reporting agencies.
§30.14
Contracting with private collection contractors and with entities that locate and recover unclaimed assets.
§30.15
Suspension or revocation of eligibility for loans and loan guarantees, licenses, permits, or privileges.
§30.16
Liquidation of collateral.
§30.17
Collection in installments.
§30.18
Interest, penalties, and administrative costs.
§30.19
Review of cost effectiveness of collection.
§30.20
Taxpayer information.
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Subpart C—DEBT COMPROMISE

§30.21
Scope and application.
§30.22
Bases for compromise.
§30.23
Enforcement policy.
§30.24
Joint and several liability.
§30.25
Further review of compromise offers.
§30.26
Consideration of tax consequences to the Government.
§30.27
Mutual release of the debtor and the Government.
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Subpart D—SUSPENDING AND TERMINATING COLLECTION ACTIVITIES

§30.28
Scope and application.
§30.29
Suspension of collection activity.
§30.30
Termination of collection activity.
§30.31
Exception to termination.
§30.32
Discharge of indebtedness; reporting requirements.
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Subpart E—REFERRALS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

§30.33
Prompt referral.
§30.34
Claims Collection Litigation Report.
§30.35
Preservation of evidence.
§30.36
Minimum amount of referrals.


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