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This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 248 - Enumerated powers
§ 342 - Deposits; exchange and collection; member and nonmember banks or other depository institutions; charges
§ 360 - Receiving checks and drafts on deposit at par; charges for collections, exchange, and clearances
§ 464 - Checking against and withdrawal of reserve balance
§ 4001 - Definitions
§ 4002 - Expedited funds availability schedules
§ 4003 - Safeguard exceptions
§ 4004 - Disclosure of funds availability policies
§ 4005 - Payment of interest
§ 4006 - Miscellaneous provisions
§ 4007 - Effect on State law
§ 4008 - Regulations and reports by Board
§ 4009 - Administrative enforcement
§ 4010 - Civil liability
§ 5001 - Findings; purposes
§ 5002 - Definitions
§ 5003 - General provisions governing substitute checks
§ 5004 - Substitute check warranties
§ 5005 - Indemnity
§ 5006 - Expedited recredit for consumers
§ 5007 - Expedited recredit procedures for banks
§ 5008 - Delays in an emergency
§ 5009 - Measure of damages
§ 5010 - Statute of limitations and notice of claim
§ 5011 - Consumer awareness
§ 5012 - Effect on other law
§ 5013 - Variation by agreement
§ 5014 - Regulations
§ 5015 - Study and report on funds availability
§ 5016 - Statistical reporting of costs and revenues for transporting checks between reserve banks
§ 5017 - Evaluation and report by the Comptroller General
§ 5018 - Depositary services efficiency and cost reduction
Title 12 published on 11-Apr-2017 03:57
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 12 CFR Part 210 after this date.
The Board of Governors (Board) is adopting amendments to subpart A of its Regulation J, Collection of Checks and Other Items by Federal Reserve Banks and Funds Transfers through Fedwire, to permit the Federal Reserve Banks (Reserve Banks) to require paying banks that receive presentment of checks from the Reserve Banks to make the proceeds of settlement for those checks available to the Reserve Banks as soon as one half-hour after receipt of the checks. The amendments will also permit the Reserve Banks to obtain settlement from paying banks by as early as 8:30 a.m. eastern time for checks that the Reserve Banks present. These amendments to Regulation J are consistent with the revised method for posting debits and credits to banks' Federal Reserve accounts to measure daylight overdrafts under amendments to the Federal Reserve Policy on Payment System Risk (PSR policy) that the Board is concurrently adopting. The Board is also adopting a technical amendment to the definition of “Administrative Reserve Bank.”
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Board) has adopted revisions to part II of the Federal Reserve Policy on Payment System Risk (PSR policy) related to the procedures for measuring balances intraday in institutions' accounts at the Federal Reserve Banks (Reserve Banks). The changes relate to the Board's procedures for posting debit and credit entries to institutions' Federal Reserve accounts for automated clearinghouse (ACH) debit transactions and commercial check transactions. Elsewhere in the Federal Register under Docket No. R-1473, the Board has adopted related changes to the Board's Regulation J that affect when paying banks settle for check transactions presented to them by the Reserve Banks. Additionally, in this document, the Board has adopted a set of principles for establishing future posting procedures for the Reserve Banks' same-day ACH service. The Board has also adopted a change in language of the PSR policy intended to clarify the Reserve Banks' administration of the policy for U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banking organizations. Finally, the Board has adopted two technical revisions to the posting procedures to reflect deposit deadlines already in effect for Treasury checks, postal money orders, local Federal Reserve Bank checks, and savings bond redemptions in separately sorted deposits.
The Board of Governors (Board) is requesting comment on proposed amendments to subpart A of its Regulation J, Collection of Checks and Other Items by Federal Reserve Banks and Funds Transfers through Fedwire . The proposed rule would permit the Federal Reserve Banks (Reserve Banks) to require paying banks that receive presentment of checks from the Reserve Banks to make the proceeds of settlement for those checks available to the Reserve Banks as soon as one half-hour after receipt of the checks. The proposed rule would also permit the Reserve Banks to obtain settlement from paying banks by as early as 8:30 a.m. Eastern time for checks that the Reserve Banks present. These proposed amendments to Regulation J are necessary to implement the proposed method for posting debits and credits to banks' Federal Reserve accounts to measure daylight overdrafts under the Federal Reserve Policy on Payment System Risk (PSR policy), as proposed in Docket No. OP-1472, elsewhere in the Federal Register .
The Board is amending Regulation J (Collection of Checks and Other Items by Federal Reserve Banks and Funds Transfers through Fedwire). The final rule eliminates references to “as-of adjustments” consistent with the Board's final amendments to Regulation D to simplify reserves administration; clarifies that an institution's Administrative Reserve Bank is deemed to have accepted deposit of a check or other item even if the institution sends the item directly to another Federal Reserve Bank; further clarifies that Regulation J continues to apply to a Fedwire funds transfer even if the funds transfer also meets the definition of “remittance transfer” under the Electronic Fund Transfer Act; and makes other conforming revisions.