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Title 47Chapter ISubchapter APart 14


TITLE 47—Telecommunication

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 14—ACCESS TO ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES AND EQUIPMENT BY PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

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Subpart A—SCOPE

§14.1
Applicability.
§14.2
Limitations.
§14.3
Exemption for Customized Equipment or Services.
§14.4
Exemption for Small Entities.
§14.5
Waivers—Multipurpose Services and Equipment.
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Subpart B—DEFINITIONS

§14.10
Definitions.
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Subpart C—IMPLEMENTATION REQUIREMENTS—WHAT MUST COVERED ENTITIES DO?

§14.20
Obligations.
§14.21
Performance Objectives.
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Subpart D—RECORDKEEPING, CONSUMER DISPUTE ASSISTANCE, AND ENFORCEMENT

§14.30
Generally.
§14.31
Recordkeeping.
§14.32
Consumer Dispute Assistance.
§14.33
Informal or formal complaints.
§14.34
Informal complaints; form, filing, content, and consumer assistance.
§14.35
Procedure; designation of agents for service.
§14.36
Answers and replies to informal complaints.
§14.37
Review and disposition of informal complaints.
§14.38
Formal Complaints; General pleading requirements.
§14.39
Format and content of formal complaints.
§14.40
Damages.
§14.41
Joinder of complainants and causes of action.
§14.42
Answers.
§14.43
Cross-complaints and counterclaims.
§14.44
Replies.
§14.45
Motions.
§14.46
Formal complaints not stating a cause of action; defective pleadings.
§14.47
Discovery.
§14.48
Confidentiality of information produced or exchanged by the parties.
§14.49
Other required written submissions.
§14.50
Status conference.
§14.51
Specifications as to pleadings, briefs, and other documents; subscription.
§14.52
Copies; service; separate filings against multiple defendants.
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Subpart E—INTERNET BROWSERS BUILT INTO TELEPHONES USED WITH PUBLIC MOBILE SERVICES.

§14.60
Applicability.
§14.61
Obligations with respect to internet browsers built into mobile phones.


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