22 CFR 213.34 - Debts that have been discharged in bankruptcy.

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§ 213.34 Debts that have been discharged in bankruptcy.
USAID generally terminates collection activity on a debt that has been discharged in bankruptcy regardless of the amount. USAID may continue collection activity, however, subject to the provisions of the Bankruptcy Code for any payments provided under a plan of reorganization. The CFO will seek legal advice by the General Counsel's office if he believes that any claims or offsets may have survived the discharge of a debtor.

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