28 CFR 40.14 - Conditional certification.

§ 40.14 Conditional certification.
If, in the judgment of the Attorney General, a grievance procedure that has been in existence less than one year is at the time of application in substantial compliance with the standards promulgated herein or is otherwise fair and effective, the Attorney General shall grant conditional certification for one year or until the applicant satisfies the requirements of § 40.15, whichever period is shorter.
[Order No. 1955-95, 60 FR 13903, Mar. 15, 1995]

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