The Regulations search form can be used to perform keyword searches on the text of regulations or to retrieve the text of a regulation when you know its citation. Use this search form to access the text of regulations from either the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) or Federal Register (FR).
Code of Federal Regulations Citations
CFR citations have three components: title number, section type, and part number. Title numbers run from 1 through 50. Section types can be either CFR (standard) or USC (statutory authority). Part numbers can refer to either the part or a section of a regulation, depending on whether it is divided by a period (e.g., 1964.11 denotes Section 11 of Part 1964 of the regulation in question).
Tip: to retrieve all the sections of a regulation, use a question mark (?) after the part number. For example, 29 CFR 1964? would retrieve all the sections of Part 1964: Sections 1964.1, 1964.2, etc.
Federal Register Citations
Federal Register citations have three components: volume number, citation type, and page number. Volume numbers correspond to year. Citation types can be either FR (Federal Register) or CFR (Code of Federal Regulations). Page numbers are sequential and continuous for a single volume.