32 CFR 750.51 - Final disposition.

§ 750.51 Final disposition.

(a)Claimant to be notified. The adjudicating authority shall notify the claimant, in writing, of the action taken on the claim.

(b)Final denial. A final denial, in whole or in part, of any MCA claim shall be in writing and sent to the claimant, or his attorney or legal representative, by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested. The notification of denial shall include a statement of the reason or reasons for denial and that the claimant may appeal. The notification shall also inform the claimant:

(1) The title of the appellate authority who will act on the appeal and that the appeal will be addressed to the adjudicating authority who last acted on the claim.

(2) No form is prescribed for the appeal, but the grounds for appeal should be set forth fully.

(3) The appeal must be submitted within 30 days of receipt by the claimant of notice of action on the claim.

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Executive Order ... 11476

Executive Order ... 11964

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