29 CFR 4043.6 - Date of filing.

§ 4043.6 Date of filing.
(a) Post-Event notice filings. The PBGC applies the rules in subpart C of part 4000 of this chapter to determine the date that a submission under subpart B of this part was filed with the PBGC.
(b) Advance notice and Form 200 Filings. Information filed under subpart C or D of this part is treated as filed on the date it is received by the PBGC. Subpart C of part 4000 of this chapter provides rules for determining when the PBGC receives a submission.
(c) Partial electronic filing; deemed filing date. A reportable event notice or Form 200 will be deemed timely filed if—
(1) An electronic transmission containing at least the minimum initial information (as specified in the instruction to the applicable form) is filed on or before the notice date; and
(2) The remaining initial information is received by the PBGC on or before—
(i) The first regular business day following the notice date, in the case of advance notice or a Form 200; or
(ii) The second regular business day following the notice date, in the case of post-event notice.
[61 FR 63989, Dec. 2, 1996, as amended at 68 FR 61354, Oct. 28, 2003]

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