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PUBLIC LAW 98-000—MMMM. DD, 1984

PUBLIC LAW 98-377—AUG. 11, 1984

98 STAT. 1293

(c) In order to effectuate the purposes of this title, the Administrator may also adopt such other procedures, standards and regulations as the Administrator deems necessary, including— (1) procedures for testing the level of asbestos fibers in schools, including safety measures to be followed in conducting such tests; (2) standards for evaluating (on the basis of such tests) the « likelihood of the leakage of asbestos fibers into the school environment; and (3) periodic reporting with respect to the activities that have taken place using funds loaned or granted under this title. ANNUAL REPORT

SEC. 507. During each of the ten calendar years after the year in which this title is enacted, the Administrator shall prepare and submit not later than February 1 of each year a report to the Committee on Environment and Public Works of the United States Senate and the Committee on Energy and Commerce of the United States House of Representatives on the loan and grant program authorized by section 505 of this title. The report shall— (1) describe the number of applications received; (2) describe the number of loans and grants made in the preceding calendar year and specify each applicant for and recipient of a loan or grant; (3) specify the number of loan or grant applications which were disapproved during the preceding calendar year and deI scribe the reasons for such disapprovals; t (4) describe the types of programs for which loans or grants were made; (5) specify the estimated total costs of such programs to the recipients of loans or grants and specify the amount of loans or grants made under the program authorized by this section; and (6) estimate the number of schools still in need of assistance. SEC. 508. (a)(1) As a condition of the award of any financial assistance under section 505, the recipient of any such loan or grant shall permit the United States to sue on behalf of such recipient any person determined by the Attorney General to be liable to the recipient for the costs of any activities undertaken by the recipient under such sections. (2) The proceeds from any judgment recovered in any suit brought by the United States under paragraph (1) (or, if the recipient files a similar suit on its own behalf, the proceeds from a judgment recovered by the recipient in such suit) shall be used to repay to the United States, to the extent that the proceeds are sufficient to provide for such repayment, an amount equal to the sum of^ (A) the amount (i) outstanding on any loan and (ii) of any grant made to the recipient; and (B) an amount equal to the interest which would have been charged on such loan were the loan made by a commercial lender at prevailing interest rates (as determined by the Administrator). (b) The Attorney General shall, where appropriate, proceed in an expeditious manner to recover the amounts expended by the United States to carry out this title from the persons identified by the Attorney General as being liable for such costs.

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Suits. 20 USC 4017.