12 Ante, p. 10.
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PUBLIC LAW 9~MAR. 23, 1951
section 103(g) provisions ^ r r e s p o n d i n g to those of subparagraphs (A), (B), and (C), and to those of this subparagraph; (4) that there may be withheld by the United States from amounts otherwise due the contractor, or that he will repay to the United States, as the Secretary may direct, any amounts which under section 105(b)(1)(C) the contractor is directed to withhold from a subcontractor and which are actually unpaid at the time the contractor receives such direction. The obligations assumed by the contractor or subcontractor under paragraph (1) or (3)(A), as the case may be, agreeing to the elimination of excessive profits through renegotiation shall be binding on him only if the contract or subcontract, as the case may be, is subject to this title. A provision inserted in a contract or subcontract, which recites in substance that the contract or subcontract shall be deemed to contain all the provisions required by this section shall be sufficient compliance with this section. Whether or not the provisions specified in this section are inserted in a contract with a Department or subcontract, to which this title is applicable, such contract or subcontract, as the case may be, shall be considered as having been made subject to this title in the same manner and to the same extent as if such provisions had been inserted. SEC. 105. RENEGOTIATION PROCEEDINGS.
Agreement w i t h contractor, etc.
Post, p. 21.
(a) PROCEEDINGS BEFORE THE BOARD.—Renegotiation proceedings shall be commenced by the mailing of notice to that effect, in such form as may be prescribed by regulation, by registered mail to the contractor or subcontractor. The Board shall endeavor to make an agreement with the contractor or subcontractor with respect to the elimination of excessive profits received or accrued, and with respect to such other matters relating thereto as the Board deems advisable. Any such agreement, if made, may, with the consent of the contractor or subcontractor, also include provisions with respect to the elimination of excessive profits likely to be received or accrued. If the Board does not make an agreement with respect to the elimination of excessive profits received or accrued, it shall issue and enter an order determining the amount, if any, of such excessive profits, and forthwith give notice thereof by registered mail to the contractor or subcontractor. In the absence of the filing of a petition with The Tax Court of the United States under the provisions of and within the time limit prescribed in section 108, such order shall be final and conclusive and shall not be subject to review or redetermination by any court or other agency. The Board shall exercise its powers with respect to the aggregate of the amounts received or accrued during the fiscal year (or such other period as may be fixed by mutual agreement) by a contractor or subcontractor under contracts with the Departments and subcontracts, and not separately with respect to amounts received or accrued under separate contracts with the Departments or subcontracts, except that the Board may exercise such powers separately with respect to amounts received or accrued by the contractor or subcontractor under any one or more separate contracts with the Departments or subcontracts at the request of the contractor or subcontractor. By agreement with any contractor or subcontractor, and pursuant to regulations promulgated by it, the Board may in its discretion conduct renegotiation on a consolidated basis in order properly to reflect excessive profits of two or more related contractors or subcontractors. Renegotiation shall be conducted on a consolidated