§ 13.51. Letters of transmittal.

 A letter of transmittal is not required, but should be used if special handling or treatment is desired. The Code may not be amended by an instrument in the form of a letter. A letter is not an appropriate form for a document prepared for publication in the Bulletin. The letter of transmittal shall identify specifically administrative regulations which are deposited for filing only and not for publication.

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