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Title 13 Business Credit and Assistance Part / Section
Chapter I Small Business Administration 1 – 199
Part 142 Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act Regulations 142.1 – 142.41
Overview and Definitions 142.1 – 142.6
§ 142.1 Overview of regulations.
§ 142.2 What kind of conduct will result in program fraud enforcement?
§ 142.3 What is a claim?
§ 142.4 What is a statement?
§ 142.5 What is a false claim or statement?
§ 142.6 What does the phrase “know or have reason to know” mean?
Procedures Leading to Issuance of a Complaint 142.7 – 142.11
§ 142.7 Who investigates program fraud?
§ 142.8 What happens if program fraud is suspected?
§ 142.9 When will SBA issue a complaint?
§ 142.10 What is contained in a complaint?
§ 142.11 How will the complaint be served?
Procedures Following Service of a Complaint 142.12 – 142.14
§ 142.12 How does a defendant respond to the complaint?
§ 142.13 What happens if a defendant fails to file an answer?
§ 142.14 What happens once an answer is filed?
Hearing Provisions 142.15 – 142.29
Decisions and Appeals 142.30 – 142.41