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Title 33: Navigation and Navigable Waters
§136.307 Denial of designation.
(a) Within five days after receiving a Notice of Designation under §136.305, the responsible party or guarantor may deny the designation.
(b) A denial of designation must—
(1) Be in writing;
(2) Identify the Notice of Designation;
(3) Give the reasons for the denial and provide a copy of all supporting documents; and
(4) Be submitted to the official named in the Notice of Designation.
(c) A denial is deemed received on the date the denial is actually received by the official named in the Notice of Designation.