29 CFR 4043.4 - Waivers and extensions.

§ 4043.4 Waivers and extensions.
(a) Specific events. For specific reportable events, waivers from reporting and information requirements and extensions of time are provided in subparts B and C of this part. If an occurrence constitutes two or more reportable events, reporting requirements for each event are determined independently. For example, any event reportable under more than one section will be exempt from reporting only if it satisfies the requirements for a waiver under each section.
(b) Multiemployer plans. The requirements of section 4043 of ERISA are waived with respect to multiemployer plans.
(c) Terminating plans. No notice is required from the plan administrator or contributing sponsor of a plan if the notice date is on or after the date on which—
(1) All of the plan's assets (other than any excess assets) are distributed pursuant to a termination; or
(2) A trustee is appointed for the plan under section 4042(c) of ERISA.
(d) Other waivers and extensions. The PBGC may extend any deadline or waive any other requirement under this part where it finds convincing evidence that the waiver or extension is appropriate under the circumstances. Any waiver or extension may be subject to conditions. A request for a waiver or extension must be filed in writing with the PBGC and must state the facts and circumstances on which the request is based.

Title 29 published on 2013-07-01.

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