38 CFR 11.117 - Missing applications.

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§ 11.117 Missing applications.

Where the records of the Department of Veterans Affairs show that an application, disclosing an intention to claim the benefits of this Act, has been filed and the application cannot be found, such application shall be presumed, in the absence of affirmative evidence to the contrary, to have been valid when originally filed. The determination of the correctness of this assumption shall be made by the Manager, Veterans Benefits Office, Washington, DC, or his designee.

[ 19 FR 5087, Aug. 12, 1954]

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U.S. Code: Title 38 - VETERANS’ BENEFITS