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Title 49Subtitle BChapter XSubchapter APart 1018


TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER X—SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BOARD, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS

PART 1018—DEBT COLLECTION

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Subpart A—APPLICATION AND COVERAGE

§1018.1
Application.
§1018.2
Definitions.
§1018.3
Communications.
§1018.4
Claims that are covered.
§1018.5
Monetary limitation on Board authority.
§1018.6
Omissions not a defense.
§1018.7
Conversion claims.
§1018.8
Subdivision of claims.
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Subpart B—ADMINISTRATIVE COLLECTION OF CLAIMS

§1018.20
Written demand for payment.
§1018.21
Telephone inquiries and investigations.
§1018.22
Personal interviews.
§1018.23
Use of consumer reporting agencies.
§1018.24
Contact with the debtor's employing agency.
§1018.25
Sanctions.
§1018.26
Disputed debts.
§1018.27
Contracting for collection services.
§1018.28
Collection by administrative offset.
§1018.29
Payments.
§1018.30
Interest, penalties, and administrative costs.
§1018.31
Use of credit reports.
§1018.32
Bankruptcy claims.
§1018.33
Use and disclosure of mailing addresses.
§1018.34
Additional administrative collection action.
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Subpart C—COMPROMISE OF A CLAIM

§1018.50
When a claim may be compromised.
§1018.51
Reasons for compromising a claim.
§1018.52
Restrictions on the compromise of a claim.
§1018.53
Finality of a compromise.
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Subpart D—SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF COLLECTION ACTION

§1018.60
When collection action may be suspended or terminated.
§1018.61
Reasons for suspending collection action.
§1018.62
Reasons for terminating collection action.
§1018.63
Termination of collection action.
§1018.64
Transfer of a claim.
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Subpart E—REFERRAL OF A CLAIM

§1018.70
Prompt referral.
§1018.71
Referral of a compromise offer.
§1018.72
Referral to the Department of Justice.
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Subpart F—INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE PROCEDURE

§1018.80
Reporting discharged debts to the Internal Revenue Service.
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Subpart G—TAX REFUND OFFSET

§1018.90
Purpose.
§1018.91
Applicability and scope.
§1018.92
Administrative charges.
§1018.93
Notice requirement before offset.
§1018.94
Review within the Board.
§1018.95
Board determination.
§1018.96
Stay of offset.


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