20 CFR 375.2 - National emergency and effective date.

§ 375.2 National emergency and effective date.
A period of national emergency shall be deemed to exist and the provisions of this part shall become effective only (a) after an attack upon the United States, or at a time specified by the authority of the President after such attack, and (b) by order of the Chair of the Board or his or her successor as set forth in § 375.5, or when it is no longer possible to communicate with such official at his or her designated station.
[29 FR 15864, Nov. 26, 1964, as amended at 64 FR 66381, Nov. 26, 1999]

Title 20 published on 2014-04-01

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