31 CFR 570.508 - Libyan diplomatic missions in the United States.

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§ 570.508 Libyan diplomatic missions in the United States.
(a) The provision of goods or services in the United States to the diplomatic missions of the Government of Libya to the United States and the United Nations is authorized, provided that:
(1) The goods or services are for the conduct of the official business of the missions, or for personal use of the employees of the missions, and are not for resale;
(2) The transaction does not involve the purchase, sale, financing, or refinancing of real property;
(3) The transaction is not otherwise prohibited by law; and
(4) The transaction is conducted through an account at a U.S. financial institution specifically licensed by OFAC.
Note to paragraph (a)(4) of § 570.508:
U.S. financial institutions are required to obtain specific licenses to operate accounts for, or extend credit to, the diplomatic missions of the Government of Libya to the United States and the United Nations.
(b) The provision of goods or services in the United States to the employees of the diplomatic missions of the Government of Libya to the United States and the United Nations is authorized, provided that:
(1) The goods or services are for personal use of the employees of the missions, and are not for resale; and
(2) The transaction is not otherwise prohibited by law.
Note 1 to § 570.508:
See § 570.404 for authorization, with certain exceptions, of any transaction ordinarily incident to a licensed transaction and necessary to give effect thereto.
Note 2 to § 570.508:
Effective July 1, 2011, this section replaces and supersedes General License No. 2, dated March 1, 2011, which was issued pursuant to Executive Order 13566 and posted on OFAC's Web site.

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