45 CFR 1610.2 - Definitions.

§ 1610.2 Definitions.
(a) Purpose prohibited by the LSC Act means any activity prohibited by the following sections of the LSC Act and those provisions of the Corporation's regulations that implement such sections of the Act:
(1) Sections 1006(d)(3), 1006(d)(4), 1007(a)(6), and 1007(b)(4) of the LSC Act and 45 CFR part 1608 of the LSC Regulations (Political activities);
(2) Section 1007(a)(10) of the LSC Act (Activities inconsistent with professional responsibilities);
(3) Section 1007(b)(1) of the LSC Act and 45 CFR part 1609 of the LSC regulations (Fee-generating cases);
(4) Section 1007(b)(2) of the LSC Act and 45 CFR part 1613 of the LSC Regulations (Criminal proceedings);
(5) Section 1007(b)(3) of the LSC Act and 45 CFR part 1615 of the LSC Regulations (Actions challenging criminal convictions);
(6) Section 1007(b)(7) of the LSC Act and 45 CFR part 1612 of the LSC Regulations (Organizing activities);
(7) Section 1007(b)(8) of the LSC Act (Abortions);
(8) Section 1007(b)(9) of the LSC Act (School desegregation); and
(9) Section 1007(b)(10) of the LSC Act (Violations of Military Selective Service Act or military desertion).
(b) Activity prohibited by or inconsistent with Section 504 means any activity prohibited by, or inconsistent with the requirements of, the following sections of 110 Stat. 1321 (1996) and those provisions of the Corporation's regulations that implement those sections:
(1) Section 504(a)(1) and 45 CFR part 1632 of the LSC Regulations (Redistricting);
(2) Sections 504(a) (2) through (6), as modified by Sections 504 (b) and (e), and 45 CFR part 1612 of the LSC Regulations (Legislative and administrative advocacy);
(3) Section 504(a)(7) and 45 CFR part 1617 of the LSC Regulations (Class actions);
(4) Section 504(a)(8) and 45 CFR part 1636 of the LSC Regulations (Client identification and statement of facts);
(5) Section 504(a)(9) and 45 CFR part 1620 of the LSC Regulations (Priorities);
(6) Section 504(a)(10) and 45 CFR part 1635 of the LSC Regulations (Timekeeping);
(7) Section 504(a)(11) and 45 CFR part 1626 of the LSC Regulations (Aliens);
(8) Section 504(a)(12) and 45 CFR part 1612 of the LSC Regulations (Public policy training);
(9) Section 504(a)(14) (Abortion litigation);
(10) Section 504(a)(15) and 45 CFR part 1637 of the LSC Regulations (Prisoner litigation);
(11) Section 504(a)(16), as modified by Section 504(e), and 45 CFR part 1639 of the LSC Regulations (Welfare reform);
(12) Section 504(a)(17) and 45 CFR part 1633 of the LSC Regulations (Drug-related evictions); and
(13) Section 504(a)(18) and 45 CFR part 1638 of the LSC Regulations (In-person solicitation).
(c) IOLTA funds means funds derived from programs established by State court rules or legislation that collect and distribute interest on lawyers' trust accounts.
(d) Non-LSC funds means funds derived from a source other than the Corporation.
(e) Private funds means funds derived from an individual or entity other than a governmental source or LSC.
(f) Public funds means non-LSC funds derived from a Federal, State, or local government or instrumentality of a government. For purposes of this part, IOLTA funds shall be treated in the same manner as public funds.
(g) Transfer means a payment of LSC funds by a recipient to a person or entity for the purpose of conducting programmatic activities that are normally conducted by the recipient, such as the representation of eligible clients, or that provide direct support to the recipient's legal assistance activities. Transfer does not include any payment of LSC funds to vendors, accountants or other providers of goods and services made by the recipient in the normal course of business.
(h) Tribal funds means funds received from an Indian tribe or from a private nonprofit foundation or organization for the benefit of Indians or Indian tribes.
[62 FR 27698, May 21, 1997, as amended at 75 FR 6818, Feb. 11, 2010]

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