Part 30 - DEBT COLLECTION  


Subpart A—General
§ 30.1 What administrative actions may the Secretary take to collect a debt?
§ 30.2 On what authority does the Secretary rely to collect a debt under this part?
Subpart B [Reserved]
Subpart C—What Provisions Apply to Administrative Offset?
§ 30.20 To what do §§30.20-30.31 apply?
§ 30.21 When may the Secretary offset a debt?
§ 30.22 What notice does the debtor receive before the commencement of offset?
§ 30.23 How must a debtor request an opportunity to inspect and copy records relating to a debt?
§ 30.24 What opportunity does the debtor receive to obtain a review of the existence or amount of a debt?
§ 30.25 How may a debtor obtain an oral hearing?
§ 30.26 What special rules apply to an oral hearing?
§ 30.27 When does the Secretary enter into a repayment agreement rather than offset?
§ 30.28 When may the Secretary offset before completing the procedures under §§30.22-30.27?
§ 30.29 What procedures apply when the Secretary offsets to collect a debt owed another agency?
§ 30.30 What procedures apply when the Secretary requests another agency to offset a debt owed under a program or activity of the Department?
§ 30.31 How does the Secretary apply funds recovered by offset if multiple debts are involved?
§ 30.33 What procedures does the Secretary follow for IRS tax refund offsets?
§ 30.35 What procedures does the Secretary follow to report debts to consumer reporting agencies?
Subpart D [Reserved]
Subpart E—What Costs and Penalties Does the Secretary Impose on Delinquent Debtors?
§ 30.60 What costs does the Secretary impose on delinquent debtors?
§ 30.61 What penalties does the Secretary impose on delinquent debtors?
§ 30.62 When does the Secretary forego interest, administrative costs, or penalties?
Subpart F—What Requirements Apply to the Compromise of a Debt or the Suspension or Termination of Collection Action?
§ 30.70 How does the Secretary exercise discretion to compromise a debt or to suspend or terminate collection of a debt?
Subpart G [Reserved]

Authority

20 U.S.C. 1221e–3(a)(1), and 1226a–1, 31 U.S.C. 3711(e), 31 U.S.C. 3716(b) and 3720A, unless otherwise noted.

Source

51 FR 24099, July 1, 1986, unless otherwise noted.