treas reg v cfr code
- A valid Treasury Regulation is one adopted by the Secretary of the
Treasury in accordance with the Federal Administrative Procedures Act
[Title 5, U.S.C.A., secs. 551 et seq.].
It is originally published in the Federal Register.
If a Regulation is required to be published in the Fed. Reg. and
isn't, it has no effect on anyone outside government employees.
The Code of Federal Regulations is a codification of all Federal
Regulations [from the Federal Register] in a "convenient" form
arranged by topic or subject matter [according to the CFR's editors].
If considered/submitted as Evidence, the text of the Regulation as
published in the Federal Register prevails over the text as published
"dotleefry" <dotleefry@y...> wrote:
> what is the difference (if any) between a treasury regulation and the
> cfr code.