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Part Regulation  
371.1 - 371.13 Subpart A - General Requirements  
371.1 Applicability.  
371.2 Definitions.  
371.3 Records to be kept by brokers.  
371.7 Misrepresentation.  
371.9 Rebating and compensation.  
371.10 Duties and obligations of brokers.  
371.13 Accounting.  
371.101 - 371.121 Subpart B - Special Rules for Household Goods Brokers  
371.101 If I operate as a household goods broker in interstate or foreign commerce, must I comply with subpart B of this part?  
371.103 What are the definitions of terms used in this subpart?  
371.105 Must I use a motor carrier that has a valid U.S. DOT number and valid operating authority issued by FMCSA to transport household goods in interstate or foreign commerce?  
371.107 What information must I display in my advertisements and Internet Web homepage?  
371.109 Must I inform individual shippers which motor carriers I use?  
371.111 Must I provide individual shippers with Federal consumer protection information?  
371.113 May I provide individual shippers with a written estimate?  
371.115 Must I maintain agreements with motor carriers before providing written estimates on behalf of these carriers?  
371.117 Must I provide individual shippers with my policies concerning cancellation, deposits, and refunds?  
371.121 What penalties may FMCSA impose for violations of this part?