If, after review, the Attorney General concludes that the information contained in a declaration should not be pursued in a proceeding to recover the asset or assets, the Attorney General shall so notify the declarant in writing and shall provide a brief statement of the reasons that the declaration will not be pursued.
12 U.S. Code § 4226. Rights of declarants; notifications; Government accountability
(a) In general
(b) Notice of decision not to pursue
(c) Judgment, order, or settlement
When the United States obtains a final judgment, order, or settlement transferring to the United States title to an asset or assets identified in a valid declaration filed under section 4221  of this title, the Attorney General shall notify the declarant in writing of the entry of the judgment, order, or settlement.
(d) Notice of pendency of investigation or proceeding
(1) Subject to paragraph (2), if the Attorney General has not provided the declarant with notice under subsection (b) or a notice of invalidity pursuant to section 4224 of this title within 1 year after the date of filing of the declaration, the Attorney General shall notify the declarant in writing that—
there is a pending investigation or proceeding in the course of which the declarant’s allegations are being addressed; or
If the Attorney General certifies that it is in the interest of the United States to give further consideration to the information provided in the declaration for an additional 90-day period, the Attorney General shall so notify the declarant in writing.
(e) Confidentiality of notices
 See References in Text note below.