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8000 - Miscellaneous Statutes and Regulations


SUBCHAPTER G—PREEMPTION OF STATE LENDING RESTRICTIONS

PART 590—PREEMPTION OF STATE USURY LAWS


SEC. 590.1 Authority, purpose, and scope
SEC. 590.2 Definitions
SEC. 590.3 Operation
SEC. 590.4 Consumer protection rules for federally-related loans, mortgages, credit sales and advances secured by first liens on residential mobile homes

Interpretations


SEC. 590.100 Status of interpretations issued under Public Law 96-161
SEC. 590.101 State criminal usury statutes

PART 591—PREEMPTION OF STATE DUE-ON-SALE LAWS


SEC. 591.1 Authority, purpose, and scope
SEC. 591.2 Definitions
SEC. 591.3 Loans originated by Federal associations
SEC. 591.4 Loans originated by lenders other than Federal associations
SEC. 591.5 Limitation on exercise of due-on-sale clauses
SEC. 591.6 Interpretations

TITLE 26—INTERNAL REVENUE

Chapter I—Internal Revenue Service, Department of the Treasury

Subchapter A—Income Taxes


SEC. 1.408-6 Disclosure statements for individual retirement arrangements
SEC. 1.597-8T Transitional rules for federal financial assistance

DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY INSTRUCTIONS RELATING TO
TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS

Financial Recordkeeping and Reporting of Currency and Foreign Transactions

Instructions relating to taxpayer identification numbers
Treasury notice of revision of instructions

PART 103—FAIR HOUSING—COMPLAINT PROCESSING

Subpart A—Purpose and Definitions


Sec. 103.1 Purpose and applicability
Sec. 103.5 Other civil rights authorities
Sec. 103.9 Definitions

Subpart B—Complaints


Sec. 103.10 What can I do if I believe someone is discriminating against me in the sale, rental, finance, or advertisement of housing?
Sec. 103.15 Can I file a claim if the discrimination has not yet occured?
Sec. 103.20 Can someone help me with filing a claim?
Sec. 103.25 What information should I provide to HUD
Sec. 103.30 How should I bring a claim that I am the victim of discrimination?
Sec. 103.35 Is there a time limit on when I can file?
Sec. 103.40 Can I change my complaint after it is filed?

Subpart C—Referral of Complaints to State and Local Agencies


Sec. 103.100 Notification and referral to substantially equivalent state or local agencies
Sec. 103.105 Cessation of action on referred complaints
Sec. 103.110 Reactivation of referred complaints
Sec. 103.115 Notification upon reactivation

Subpart D—Investigation Procedures


Sec. 103.200 Investigations
Sec. 103.201 Service of notice on aggrieved person
Sec. 103.202 Notification of respondent; joinder of additional or substitute respondents
Sec. 103.203 Answer to complaint
Sec. 103.204 HUD complaints and compliance reviews
Sec. 103.205 Systemic processing
Sec. 103.215 Conduct of investigation
Sec. 103.220 Cooperation of federal, state and local agencies
Sec. 103.225 Completion of investigation
Sec. 103.230 Final investigative report

Subpart E—Conciliation Procedures


Sec. 103.300 Conciliation
Sec. 103.310 Conciliation agreement
Sec. 103.315 Relief sought for aggrieved persons
Sec. 103.320 Provisions sought for the public interest
Sec. 103.325 Termination of conciliation efforts
Sec. 103.330 Prohibitions and requirements with respect to disclosure of information obtained during conciliation
Sec. 103.335 Review of compliance with conciliation agreements

Subpart F—Issuance of Charge


Sec. 103.400 Reasonable cause determination
Sec. 103.405 Issuance of charge
Sec. 103.410 Election of civil action or provision of administrative proceeding

Subpart G—Prompt Judicial Action


Sec. 103.500 Prompt judicial action

Subpart H—Other Action


Sec. 103.510 Other action by HUD
Sec. 103.515 Action by other agencies

PART 107—NONDISCRIMINATION AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN HOUSING UNDER EXECUTIVE ORDER 11063


Sec. 107.10 Purpose
Sec. 107.11 Relation to other authorities
Sec. 107.15 Definitions
Sec. 107.20 Prohibition against discriminatory practices
Sec. 107.21 Prevention of discriminatory practices
Sec. 107.25 Provisions in legal instruments
Sec. 107.30 Recordkeeping requirements
Sec. 107.35 Complaints
Sec. 107.40 Compliance meeting
Sec. 107.45 Resolution of matters
Sec. 107.50 Compliance reviews
Sec. 107.51 Findings of noncompliance
Sec. 107.55 Compliance report
Sec. 107.60 Sanctions and penalties
Sec. 107.65 Referral to the Attorney General

PART 108—COMPLIANCE PROCEDURES FOR AFFIRMATIVE FAIR HOUSING MARKETING


Sec. 108.1 Purpose and application
Sec. 108.5 Authority
Sec. 108.15 Pre-occupancy conference
Sec. 108.20 Monitoring office responsibility for monitoring plans and reports
Sec. 108.21 Civil rights/compliance reviewing office compliance responsibility
Sec. 108.25 Compliance meeting
Sec. 108.35 Complaints
Sec. 108.40 Compliance reviews
Sec. 108.45 Compliance report
Sec. 108.50 Sanctions

PART 110—FAIR HOUSING POSTER

Subpart A—Purpose and Definitions


Sec. 110.1 Purpose
Sec. 110.5 Definitions

Subpart B—Requirements for Display of Posters


Sec. 110.10 Persons subject
Sec. 110.15 Location of posters
Sec. 110.20 Availability of posters
Sec. 110.25 Description of posters

Subpart C—Enforcement


Sec. 110.30 Effect of failure to display poster

PART 115—CERTIFICATION AND FUNDING OF STATE AND LOCAL FAIR HOUSING ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

Subpart A—General


Sec. 115.100 Definitions
Sec. 115.101 Program administration
Sec. 115.102 Public notices

Subpart B—Certification of Substantially Equivalent Agencies


Sec. 115.200 Purpose
Sec. 115.201 Basis of determination
Sec. 115.202 Criteria for adequacy of law
Sec. 115.203 Performance standards
Sec. 115.204 Consequences of certification
Sec. 115.205 Technical assistance
Sec. 115.206 Request for certification
Sec. 115.207 Procedure for interim certification
Sec. 115.208 Suspension of interim certification
Sec. 115.209 Denial of interim certification
Sec. 115.210 Procedure for certification
Sec. 115.211 Suspension of certification
Sec. 115.212 Withdrawal of certification

Subpart C—Fair Housing Assistance Program (FHAP)


Sec. 115.300 Purpose
Sec. 115.301 Agency eligibility criteria
Sec. 115.302 Capacity building funds
Sec. 115.303 Eligible activities for capacity building funds
Sec. 115.304 Agencies eligible for contributions funds
Sec. 115.305 Special Enforcement Effort (SEE) funds
Sec. 115.306 Training funds
Sec. 115.307 Additional requirements for participation in the FHAP
Sec. 115.308 Standards for FHAP program review
Sec. 115.309 Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
Sec. 115.310 Subcontracting under the FHAP
Sec. 115.311 Corrective and remedial action

PART 121—COLLECTION OF DATA


Sec. 121.1 Purpose
Sec. 121.2 Furnishing of data by program participants

PART 125—FAIR HOUSING INITIATIVES PROGRAM

Subpart A—General


Sec. 125.103 Definitions
Sec. 125.104 Program administration
Sec. 125.105 Applications requirements
Sec. 125.106 Waivers
Sec. 125.107 Testers
Sec. 125.201 Administrative Enforcement Initiative
Sec. 125.301 Education and Outreach Initiative
Sec. 125.401 Private Enforcement Initiative
Sec. 125.501 Fair Housing Organizations Initiative

PART 180—HEARING PROCEDURES FOR CIVIL RIGHTS MATTERS

Subpart A—General Information


Sec. 180.100 Definitions
Sec. 180.105 Scope of rules

Subpart B—Administrative Law Judge


Sec. 180.200 Designation
Sec. 180.205 Authority
Sec. 180.210 Withdrawal or disqualification of ALJ
Sec. 180.215 Ex Parte communications
Sec. 180.220 Separation of functions

Subpart C—Parties


Sec. 180.300 Rights of parties
Sec. 180.305 Representation
Sec. 180.310 Parties
Sec. 180.315 Standards of conduct

Subpart D—Proceedings Prior to Hearing


Sec. 180.400 Service and filing
Sec. 180.405 Time computations
Sec. 180.410 Charges under the Fair Housing Act
Sec. 180.415 Notice of proposed adverse action regarding Federal financial assistance in Non-Fair Housing Act matters
Sec. 180.420 Answer
Sec. 180.425 Amendments to pleadings
Sec. 180.430 Motions
Sec. 180.435 Prehearing statements
Sec. 180.440 Prehearing conferences
Sec. 180.445 Settlement negotiations before a settlement judge
Sec. 180.450 Resolution of charge or notice of proposed adverse action

Subpart E—Discovery


Sec. 180.500 Discovery
Sec. 180.505 Supplementation of responses
Sec. 180.510 Interrogatories
Sec. 180.515 Depositions
Sec. 180.520 Use of deposition at hearings
Sec. 180.525 Requests for production of documents or things for inspection or other purposes, including physical and mental examinations
Sec. 180.530 Requests for admissions
Sec. 180.535 Protective orders
Sec. 180.540 Motion to compel discovery
Sec. 180.545 Subpoenas

Subpart F—Procedures at Hearing


Sec. 180.600 Date and place of hearing
Sec. 180.605 Conduct of hearings
Sec. 180.610 Waiver of right to appear
Sec. 180.615 Failure of party to appear
Sec. 180.620 Evidence
Sec. 180.625 Record of hearing
Sec. 180.630 Stipulations
Sec. 180.635 Written testimony
Sec. 180.640 In camera and protective orders
Sec. 180.645 Exhibits
Sec. 180.650 Public document items
Sec. 180.655 Witnesses
Sec. 180.660 Closing of record
Sec. 180.665 Arguments and briefs
Sec. 180.670 Initial decision of ALJ
Sec. 180.671 Assessing civil penalties for Fair Housing Act cases
Sec. 180.675 Petitions for review
Sec. 180.680 Final decisions

Subpart G—Post-Final Decision in Fair Housing Cases


Sec. 180.700 Action upon issuance of a final decision in Fair Housing Act cases
Sec. 180.705 Attorney's fees and costs
Sec. 180.710 Judicial review of final decision
Sec. 180.715 Enforcement of final decision

Subpart H—Post-Final Decision in Non-Fair Housing Act Matters


Sec. 180.800 Post-termination proceedings
Sec. 180.805 Judicial review of final decision

DODD-FRANK WALL STREET REFORM AND
CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT

Sec. 1 Short title; table of contents
Sec. 2 Definitions

TITLE I—FINANCIAL STABILITY


Sec. 101 Short title
Sec. 102 Definitions

Subtitle A—Financial Stability Oversight Council


Sec. 111 Financial Stability Oversight Council established
Sec. 112 Council authority
Sec. 113 Authority to require supervision and regulation of certain nonbank financial companies
Sec. 114 Registration of nonbank financial companies supervised by the Board of Governors
Sec. 115 Enhanced supervision and prudential standards for nonbank financial companies supervised by the Board of Governors and certain bank holding companies
Sec. 116 Reports
Sec. 117 Treatment of certain companies that cease to be bank holding companies
Sec. 118 Council funding
Sec. 119 Resolution of supervisory jurisdictional disputes among member agencies
Sec. 120 Additional standards applicable to activities or practices for financial stability purposes
Sec. 121 Mitigation of risks to financial stability
Sec. 122 GAO Audit of Council
Sec. 123 Study of the effects of size and complexity of financial institutions on capital market efficiency and economic growth

Subtitle B—Office of Financial Research


Sec. 151 Definitions
Sec. 152 Office of Financial Research established
Sec. 153 Purpose and duties of the Office
Sec. 154 Organizational structure; responsibilities of primary programmatic units
Sec. 155 Funding
Sec. 156 Transition oversight

Subtitle C—Additional Board of Governors Authority for Certain
Nonbank Financial Companies and Bank Holding Companies

Sec. 161 Reports by and examinations of nonbank financial companies by the Board of Governors
Sec. 162 Enforcement
Sec. 163 Acquisitions
Sec. 164 Prohibition against management interlocks between certain financial companies
Sec. 165 Enhanced supervision and prudential standards for nonbank financial companies supervised by the Board of Governors and certain bank holding companies
Sec. 166 Early remediation requirements
Sec. 167 Affiliations
Sec. 168 Regulations
Sec. 169 Avoiding duplication
Sec. 170 Safe harbor
Sec. 171 Leverage and risk-based capital requirements
Sec. 172 Rule of construction

TITLE II—ORDERLY LIQUIDATION AUTHORITY


Sec. 201 Definitions
Sec. 202 Judicial review
Sec. 203 Systemic risk determination
Sec. 204 Orderly liquidation of covered financial companies
Sec. 205 Orderly liquidation of covered brokers and dealers
Sec. 206 Mandatory terms and conditions for all orderly liquidation actions
Sec. 207 Directors not liable for acquiescing in appointment of receiver
Sec. 208 Dismissal and exclusion of other actions
Sec. 209 Rulemaking; non-conflicting law
Sec. 210 Powers and duties of the Corporation
Sec. 211 Inspector General Reviews
Sec. 212 Prohibition of circumvention and prevention of conflicts of interest
Sec. 213 Ban on certain activities by senior executives and directors
Sec. 214 Prohibition on taxpayer funding

TITLE III—TRANSFER OF POWERS
TO THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,
THE CORPORATION, AND THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS


Sec. 300 Short title
Sec. 301 Purposes
Sec. 302 Definition

Subtitle A—Transfer of Powers and Duties


Sec. 311 Transfer date
Sec. 312 Powers and duties transferred
Sec. 313 Abolishment
Sec. 316 Savings provisions
Sec. 317 References in Federal law to Federal banking agencies
Sec. 319 Contracting and leasing authority

Subtitle C—Other Matters


Sec. 341 Branching
Sec. 342 Office of Minority and Women Inclusion

TITLE IV—PAYMENT, CLEARING, AND
SETTLEMENT SUPERVISION

Sec. 801 Short title
Sec. 802 Findings and purposes
Sec. 803 Definitions
Sec. 804 Designation of systemic importance
Sec. 805 Standards for systemically important financial market utilities and payment, clearing, or settlement activities
Sec. 806 Operations of designated financial market utilities
Sec. 807 Examination of and enforcement actions against designated inancial market utilities
Sec. 808 Examination of and enforcement actions against financial nstitutions subject to standards for designated activities
Sec. 809 Requests for information, reports, or records

Sec. 810 Rulemaking
Sec. 811 Other authority
Sec. 812 Consultation
Sec. 813 Common framework for designated clearing entity risk management
Sec. 814 Effective date

TITLE VII—IMPROVING ACCESS TO
MAINSTREAM FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

Sec. 1201 Short title
Sec. 1202 Purpose
Sec. 1203 Definitions
Sec. 1204 Expanded access to mainstream financial institutions
Sec. 1205 Low-cost alternatives to small dollar loans
Sec. 1207 Procedural provisions
Sec. 1208 Authorization of appropriations
Sec. 1209 Regulations
Sec. 1210 Evaluation and reports to Congress


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