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CHAPTER 11-OFFICE OF ALIEN PROPERTY,

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

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Part 501 502 503 504 505 507 510

General rules of Procedure
Rules of procedure for claims
Availability of records
Vesting orders ........
Specific prohibitions ............
Patents, trade-marks and copyrights.
Reports .....

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324(c), Immigration and Nationality Act,

or the Act of June 25, 1936, as amended). N-410 (1-1-63) Motion for Amendment of

Petition (application). N-414 (12-15-44) Acknowledgment of Filing

Petition for Naturalization. N-414a (7-15-65) Acknowledgment of Filing

Petition for Naturalization and Index

Card. N-425 (6-1-70) Notice to Petitioner of Pro

posed Recommendation of Denial of Peti

tion for Naturalization. N-426 (5-12-77) Certification of Military or

Naval Service. N-440 (3-15-61) Certificate of Examination. N-445 (6-6-76) Notice to Petitioner to

Appear in Court for Final Hearing of Petition for Naturalization, and Questionnaire to be Submitted by Petitioner at the Final

Hearing. N-445B (9-27-75) Notice to Petitioner To

Appear in Court for Final Hearing of Petition for Naturalization Filed in Behalf of His Natural or Adopted Child, and Questionnaire To Be Submitted by Petitioner

at the Final Hearing. N-451 (9-27-75) Affidavits of Witnesses (to

petition for naturalization). N-455 (4-1-76) Application for Transfer of

Petition for Naturalization. N-458 (9-27-75) Application to Correct Cer

tificate of Naturalization. N-459 (12-15-58) Authorization to Clerk of

Court to Correct Certificate of Naturaliza

tion. N-460 (6-1-65) Notice to take Depositions. N-462A (9-27-75) Interrogatories in Deposi

tions of Witnesses. N-470 (9-27-75) Application to Preserve

Residence for Naturalization Purposes (under Sec. 316(b) or 317, Immigration

N-480 (2-5-68) Naturalization Petitions Rec

ommended to be Granted (and) Order of Court Granting Petitions for Naturaliza

tion. N-481 (9-20-67) Naturalization Petitions

Recommended to be Granted. (Continu

ation Sheet) N-484 (2-5-68) Naturalization Petitions Rec

ommended to be Denied (and) Order of Court Denying Petitions for Naturaliza

tion. N-485 (2-5-68) Naturalization Petitions Rec

ommended to be Granted (on behalf of children) (and) Order of Court Granting

Petitions for Naturalization. N-550 (12-1-69) Certificate of Naturaliza

tion. N-565 (4-1-76) Application for a New Natu

ralization or Citizenship Paper. N-568 (8-15-56) Form Letter Stating Special

Certificate of Naturalization has been

Forwarded. N-576 (9-27-75) Supplemental Affidavit to

be Submitted with Applications of Japa

nese Renunciants. N-577 (4-1-76) Application for a Special

Certificate of Naturalization to Obtain Recognition as a Citizen of the United

States by a Foreign State. N-578 (10-3-62) Special Certificate of Natu

and Nationality Act). N-472 (4-28-72) Approval of Application to Preserve Residence for Naturalization

poses.

ralization. N-580 (9-27-75) Application for a Certificate

of Naturalization or Repatriation (under Sec. 343(a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act or 12th Subdivision, Sec. 4 of

the Act of June 29, 1906).
N-600 (4-29-77) Application for Certificate

of Citizenship.
(Sec. 103, 66 Stat. 173; 8 U.S.C. 1103)
(36 FR 8506, May 7, 1971)

NOTE: For FR citations affecting $ 499.1, see List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids section of this volume.

CHAPTER 11-OFFICE OF ALIEN PROPERTY,

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Part 501 502 503 504 505 507 510

General rules of Procedure
Rules of procedure for claims .....
Availability of records .........
Vesting orders .........
Specific prohibitions .............
Patents, trade-marks and copyrights...........
Reports ........

Page 220 224 237 239 239 242 246

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PART 501-GENERAL RULES OF

PROCEDURE Sec. 501.1 Seal of the Office of Alien Property,

Department of Justice. 501.17 Copy of process, or accounting or

notice required to be sent to the Office

of Alien Property in certain cases. 501.25 Uniform procedure for sales of

vested property. 501.40 Public participation in substantive

rule making. 501.45 Renewal of licenses. 501.50 Licensing. 501.60 Reporting concerning certain prop

erty. 501.80 Forms.

AUTHORITY: Sec. 301, 55 Stat. 839, sec. 3, 60 Stat. 418, as amended, secs. 201-318, 69 Stat. 562-575; 50 U.S.C. App. 5, 22 U.S.C. 1382, 1631-16419, E.O. 9193, July 6, 1942. 7 FR 5205, 3 CFR, 1943 Cum. Supp.; E.O. 9725, May 16, 1946, 11 FR 5381, 3 CFR, 1946 Supp.; E.O. 9788, Oct. 14, 1946, 11 FR 11981, 12123, 3 CFR, 1946 Supp.; E.O. 9989, Aug. 20, 1948, 13 FR 4891, 3 CFR, 1948 Supp.; E.O. 10254, June 15, 1951, 16 FR 5829, 3 CFR, 1951 Supp.; E.O. 10644, Nov. 7, 1955, 20 FR 8363; 3 CFR, 1955 Supp. $ 501.1 Seal of the Office of Alien Proper

ty, Department of Justice. (a) There is hereby established in and for the Office of Alien Property, Department of Justice, an official seal. The seal is described as follows, and illustrated below: A circle within which shall appear an eagle, with wings displayed, resting upon a building, the scales of justice suspended between the wing-tips. Exterior to this circle and within a circumscribed circle shall appear in the upper part the words “Department of Justice," and in the lower part the words "Office of Alien Property."

(b) The seal is in duplicate original; one in the custody of the Assistant to the Records Officer and one in the custody of the Manager, Philippine Office. The Records Officer and the Assistant to the Records Officer are severally authorized to authenticate, certify, and attest copies of books, records, papers, and documents in the official custody of the Office of Alien Property; to subscribe the name of the Director, the Deputy Director, or the Acting Director to such certificates, and to affix the seal of the Office of Alien Property. The Manager, Philippine Office, is authorized to authenticate, certify and attest copies of books, records, papers, and documents in the official custody of the Office of Alien Property, as successor to the Philippine Alien Property Administration; to subscribe the name of the Director, the Deputy Director, or the Acting Director to such certificates, and to affix the seal of the Office of Alien Property.

(c) Failure to affix the seal provided for in this section shall not affect the validity of any document not otherwise required to be under seal. (12 FR 3602, June 4, 1947, as amended at 17 FR 11779, Dec. 30, 1952)

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$ 501.17 Copy of process, or accounting or

notice required to be sent to the Office of Alien Property in certain cases.

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DEPARTMENT

JUSTICE

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(a) Copy of any process, accounting or notice in any court or administrative action or proceeding involving property which has been vested in or transferred to the Alien Property Custodian or the Attorney General of the United States must be sent by registered mail to the Office of Alien Property, Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. 20530, not less than thirty days prior to the date on which action pursuant to such process, accounting or notice is to be taken.

(b) Such process or accounting or notice shall otherwise conform to the rules, orders or practice of the court or administrative body issuing such pro

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cess or notice or in which such accounting is filed. (19 FR 1210, Mar. 4, 1954)

$ 501.25 Uniform procedure for sales of

vested property. (a) General sales. Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, all sales of property vested in or transferred to the Attorney General under the Trading with the Enemy Act, as amended, or under Title II of the International Claims Settlement Act of 1949 shall be conducted according to the procedures set forth in this section, unless the Director, Office of Alien Property, shall determine in any sale that the public interest will best be served if all or part of the regulations in this part are not applied to that sale. No such property will be sold except pursuant to the order of the Attorney General or the Director. This section does not supersede the provisions of $ 505.10 of this chapter concerning the sale of certain vested stock.

(1) Authorization to offer for sale. No offering for sale shall be undertaken under this section except pursuant to an authorization executed by the Director. The authorization shall be available for inspection by persons properly and directly concerned, as specified in $ 503.17 of this chapter.

(2) Eligibility. Unless the Director, Office of Alien Property, shall otherwise direct, no person or business organization shall be qualified to bid for or purchase property if he is not an American citizen or is not a business enterprise controlled by American citizens and organized under the laws of the United States or any state or territory thereof.

(3) Advertising. At least 15 days before opening of bids, each sale shall be advertised in a newspaper of general circulation in the locality where the property or the major portion thereof is located and it may also be advertised in such other publications as the Chief, Liquidation Section, Office of Alien Property, may deem appropriate.

(4) Information and inspection. A representative of the Office of Alien Property will be designated to be avail

able at the time and place specified in the advertisement to furnish available information with respect to the property advertised, except that confidential information, matter which might benefit competitors and any information with respect to formulae, processes or trade secrets will be furnished only upon the approval of the Director, Office of Alien Property. Opportunity for inspection of the property advertised will be afforded.

(5) Bids. Bids shall be submitted as designated in the advertisement, in writing and sealed in plain envelopes marked to identify the sale for which they are submitted. Until the award is made or all bids are rejected, the bids shall constitute irrevocable offers to purchase, except that bids may be withdrawn by notice of withdrawal in writing delivered to the Director prior to the time at which the first bid is opened. Bids will be opened in public at the time and place advertised in the presence of such bidders as may desire to attend. Absence of any or all bidders will not prevent the making of an award.

(6) Order of sale or rejection. Within 30 days after the opening of bids or as may otherwise be specified in the terms and conditions of sale, the Director of the Office of Alien Property will make the award by executing an Order of Sale to the highest qualified bidder or will reject all bids by an Order of Rejection, stating the reasons therefor. When an award is made, the successful bidder will be notified in writing. The Order of Sale or Rejection shall be made a matter of record as provided in $ 503.7 of this chapter.

(7) Payment. The sale price shall be paid by certified cashier's or banker's check made payable to the order of the Attorney General of the United States delivered to the duly authorized representative of the Director of the Office of Alien Property.

(8) Execution of sale documents. All papers and documents to consummate sales will be executed and delivered by the Director of the Office of Alien Property or his duly authorized representative.

(9) Return of earnest money. Where earnest money checks have been received, those received from unsuccess

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