7 CFR 400.677 - Definitions.

§ 400.677 Definitions.
Act. The Federal Crop Insurance Act, as amended (7 U.S.C. 1501 et seq.).
Actively engaged in farming. Means a person who, in return for a share of profits and losses, makes a contribution to the production of an insurable crop in the form of capital, equipment, land, personal labor, or personal management.
Applicant. A person who has submitted an application for crop insurance coverage under the Act.
Authorized person. Any current or past officer, employee, elected official, general agent, agent, contractor, or loss adjuster of FCIC, the insurance provider, or any other government agency whose duties require access to the Ineligible Tracking System to administer the Act.
Controlled substance. Any prohibited drug-producing plants including, but not limited to, cacti of the genus (lophophora), coca bushes (erythroxylum coca), marijuana (cannabis sativa), opium poppies (papaver somniferum), and other drug-producing plants, the planting and harvesting of which is prohibited by Federal or state law.
Debt. An amount of money which has been determined by an appropriate agency official to be owed, by any person, to FCIC or an insurance provider under any program administered under the Act based on evidence submitted by the insurance provider. The debt may have arisen from an overpayment, premium or administrative fee nonpayment, interest, penalties, or other causes.
Debtor. A person who owes a debt and that debt is delinquent.
Delinquent debt. Any debt owed to FCIC or the insurance provider, that arises under any program administered under the authority of the Act, that has not been paid by the termination date specified in the applicable contract of insurance, or other due date for payment contained in any other agreement or notification of indebtedness, or any overdue debt owed to FCIC or the insurance provider which is the subject of a scheduled installment payment agreement which the debtor has failed to satisfy under the terms of such agreement. Such debt may include any accrued interest, penalty, and administrative charges for which demand for repayment has been made, or unpaid premium including any accrued interest, penalty and administrative charges (7 CFR 400.116). A delinquent debt does not include debts discharged in bankruptcy and other debts which are legally barred from collection.
EIN. An Employer Identification Number as required under section 6109 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
FCIC. The Federal Crop Insurance Corporation, a wholly owned government corporation within the United States Department of Agriculture.
FSA. The Farm Service Agency or a successor agency.
Ineligible person. A person who is denied participation in any program administered by FCIC under the Act.
Insurance provider. A reinsured company or FSA providing crop insurance coverage to producers participating in any Federal crop insurance program administered under the Act.
Minor. Any person under 18 years of age. Court proceedings conferring majority on an individual under 18 years of age will result in such persons no longer being considered as a minor.
Person. An individual, partnership, association, corporation, estate, trust, or other legal entity, and wherever applicable, a State, political subdivision, or an agency of a State.
Policyholder. An applicant whose properly completed application for insurance under the crop insurance program has been accepted by FCIC or an insurance provider.
Reinsurance agreement. An agreement between two parties by which an insurer cedes to a reinsurer certain liabilities arising from the insurer's sale of insurance policies.
Reinsured company. A private insurance company having a Standard Reinsurance Agreement, or other reinsurance agreement, with FCIC, whose crop insurance policies are approved and reinsured by FCIC.
Scheduled installment payment agreement. An agreement between a person and FCIC or the insurance provider to satisfy financial obligations of the person under conditions which modify the terms of the original debt.
Settlement. An agreement between a person and FCIC or the insurance provider to resolve a dispute arising from a debt or other administrative determination.
SSN. An individual's Social Security Number as required under section 6109 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
Standard Reinsurance Agreement (SRA). The primary reinsurance agreement between the reinsured company and FCIC.
Substantial beneficial interest. An interest held by any person of at least 10 percent or more in the applicant or policyholder.
System of records. Records established and maintained by FCIC and FSA containing SSN or EIN data, name, address, city and State, applicable policy numbers, and other information related to Federal crop programs as required by FCIC, from which information is retrieved by a personal identifier including the SSN, EIN, name, or other unique identifier of a person.
[62 FR 42042, Aug. 5, 1997, as amended at 63 FR 40631, July 30, 1998]

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  • 2015-03-18; vol. 80 # 52 - Wednesday, March 18, 2015
    1. 80 FR 14030 - General Administrative Regulations; Subpart X—Interpretations of Statutory Provisions, Policy Provisions, and Procedures
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      DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, Federal Crop Insurance Corporation
      Proposed rule.
      Written comments and opinions on this proposed rule will be accepted until close of business April 17, 2015 and will be considered when the rule is to be made final.
      7 CFR Part 400