|(a) Suit. When any CAL or HELP borrower or cosigner fails or refuses to make as many as five monthly payments due in accordance with an executed note, the full amount of remaining principal, accrued interest and other charges shall become due and payable immediately. When as many as six payments have been missed, the loan will be considered to be in default, and the Office of the Attorney General, at the request of the Commissioner, may file suit for the outstanding balance. (b) When a borrower defaults on a FSL or FSLS account, the Board may file a default claim with the appropriate guarantor. When a borrower defaults on a HEAL account, the Board may file suit in order to perfect a default claim with the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services. Repayment amounts and prerogatives may be radically different after an account has been assigned to a guarantor. (c) Bar on Student Records and Re-registration. The Coordinating Board shall make available to each institution a report of Hinson-Hazlewood borrowers who attended the institution and are delinquent in the repayment of one or more loan accounts with the Board. The institution shall place a hold on the students' records and registration for classes. The Board's report shall also identify borrowers who have corrected the delinquent status of their accounts in order that an official certified copy of such records may be released, and/or the student may re-register in the institution. Exceptions to this section must be approved by the Commissioner in advance of release of an official certified copy of the records or re-registration.