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Title 25Chapter ISubchapter HPart 169


TITLE 25—Indians

CHAPTER I—BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER H—LAND AND WATER

PART 169—RIGHTS-OF-WAY OVER INDIAN LANDS

rule
§169.1
Definitions.
§169.2
Purpose and scope of regulations.
§169.3
Consent of landowners to grants of right-of-way.
§169.4
Permission to survey.
§169.5
Application for right-of-way.
§169.6
Maps.
§169.7
Field notes.
§169.8
Public survey.
§169.9
Connection with natural objects.
§169.10
Township and section lines.
§169.11
Affidavit and certificate.
§169.12
Consideration for right-of-way grants.
§169.13
Other damages.
§169.14
Deposit and disbursement of consideration and damages.
§169.15
Action on application.
§169.16
Affidavit of completion.
§169.17
Change of location.
§169.18
Tenure of approved right-of-way grants.
§169.19
Renewal of right-of-way grants.
§169.20
Termination of right-of-way grants.
§169.21
Condemnation actions involving individually owned lands.
§169.22
Service lines.
§169.23
Railroads.
§169.24
Railroads in Oklahoma.
§169.25
Oil and gas pipelines.
§169.26
Telephone and telegraph lines; radio, television, and other communications facilities.
§169.27
Power projects.
§169.28
Public highways.

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