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Title 36Chapter IPart 14


TITLE 36—Parks, Forests, and Public Property

CHAPTER I—NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

PART 14—RIGHTS-OF-WAY

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Subpart A—RIGHTS-OF-WAY: GENERAL

§14.1
Applicability.
§14.2
Definitions.
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Subpart B—NATURE OF INTEREST

§14.5
Nature of interest granted; settlement on right-of-way; rights of ingress and egress.
§14.6
In form of easement, license, or permit.
§14.7
Right of ingress and egress to a primary right-of-way.
§14.8
Unauthorized occupancy.
§14.9
Terms and conditions.
§14.10
Areas of National Park System.
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Subpart C—PROCEDURES

§14.20
Application.
§14.21
Form.
§14.22
Reimbursement of costs.
§14.23
Showing as to organizations required of corporations.
§14.24
Showing as to citizenship required.
§14.25
Documents which must accompany application.
§14.26
Payment required; exceptions; default; revision of charges.
§14.27
Application and use procedure.
§14.28
Incomplete application and reports.
§14.29
Timely construction.
§14.30
Nonconstruction, abandonment or nonuse.
§14.31
Deviation from approved right-of-way.
§14.32
Revocation or cancellation.
§14.33
Order of cancellation.
§14.34
Change in jurisdiction over lands.
§14.35
Transfer of right-of-way.
§14.36
Method of filing.
§14.37
Reimbursement of costs.
§14.38
Disposal of property on termination of right-of-way.
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Subpart D—UNDER TITLE 23, U.S.C. (INTERSTATE AND DEFENSE HIGHWAY SYSTEM)

§14.50
Authority.
§14.51
Extent of grant.
§14.52
Termination of right-of-way no longer needed.
§14.53
Application.
§14.54
General.
§14.55
Consultation with local bureau officials, program values.
§14.56
Concurrence by Federal Highway Administration.
§14.57
Approval.
§14.58
Terms and conditions of allowance.
§14.59
Additional rights-of-way within highway rights-of-way.
§14.60
General.
§14.61
Terms of grant.
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Subpart E—POWER TRANSMISSION LINES, GENERAL

§14.70
Statutory authority.
§14.71
Lands subject to grant.
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Subpart F—PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES, POWER TRANSMISSION LINES

§14.75
Nature of interest.
§14.76
Terms and conditions.
§14.77
Procedures. [Reserved]
§14.78
Applications.
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Subpart G—RADIO AND TELEVISION SITES

§14.90
Authority.
§14.91
Procedures.
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Subpart H—TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH LINES

§14.95
Authority.
§14.96
Procedures.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 14


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