Code of Federal Regulations, Title 12, Banks and Banking, PT. 600-899, Revised as of January 1, 2010

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Contents

CHAPTER VIFARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION SUBCHAPTER AADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS Part Page 600 Organization and functions
5
Employee responsibilities and conduct
6
Releasing information
7
Title
12
Privacy Act regulations
14
Farm Credit Administration Board meetings
18
Information
21
Enforcement of nondiscrimination on the basis of handicap in programs or activities conducted by the Farm Credit Administration
23
Leasing
199
Borrower rights
202
General provisions
216
Definitions
225
Disclosure to shareholders
228
Accounting and reporting requirements
246
Rules of practice and procedure
253
Practice before the Farm Credit Administration
267

Assessment and apportionment of administrative expenses
29
Collection of claims owed the United States
34
SUBCHAPTER BFARM CREDIT SYSTEM 609 Electronic commerce
47
Organization
50
Standards of conduct and referral of known or sus pected criminal violations
95
Eligibility and scope of financing
96
Loan policies and operations
103
Funding and fiscal affairs loan policies and oper ations and funding operations
148
Reserved 625 Application for award of fees and other expenses under the Equal Access to Justice Act
271
Nondiscrimination in lending
277
Title IV conservators receivers and voluntary liq uidations
280
Part Page
290
Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation gen
304
Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation disclo
338
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