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Title 36Chapter IIPart 223


TITLE 36—Parks, Forests, and Public Property

CHAPTER II—FOREST SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

PART 223—SALE AND DISPOSAL OF NATIONAL FOREST SYSTEM TIMBER, SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS, AND FOREST BOTANICAL PRODUCTS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§223.1
Authority to sell timber.
§223.2
Disposal of timber for administrative use.
§223.3
Sale of seized material.
§223.4
Exchange of trees or portions of trees.
§223.5
Scope of free use granted to individuals.
§223.6
Cutting and removal of timber in free-use areas.
§223.7
Permission for free use of timber outside free-use areas.
§223.8
Delegations of authority to approve free use by individuals.
§223.9
Free use to owners of certain mining claims.
§223.10
Free use to Alaskan settlers, miners, residents, and prospectors.
§223.11
Free use to other Federal agencies.
§223.12
Permission to cut, damage, or destroy trees without advertisement.
§223.13
Compliance.
§223.14
Where timber may be cut.
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Subpart B—TIMBER SALE CONTRACTS

Contract Conditions and Provisions

§223.30
Consistency with plans, environmental standards, and other management requirements.
§223.31
Duration of contracts.
§223.32
Timber sale operating plan.
§223.33
Redetermination of stumpage rates and deposits.
§223.34
Advance payment.
§223.35
Performance bond.
§223.36
Volume determination.
§223.37
Revegetation of temporary roads.
§223.38
Standards for road design and construction.
§223.39
[Reserved]
§223.40
Cancellation for environmental protection or inconsistency with plans.
§223.41
Payment when purchaser elects government road construction.
§223.42
Transfer of effective purchaser credits.
§223.43
Limitation on amounts of transferred purchaser credit.
§223.44
Collection rights on contracts involved in transfer of purchase credit.
§223.45
Definitions applicable to transfer of purchaser credit.
§223.46
Adjustment of contract termination date.
§223.47
Date of completion of permanent road construction.
§223.48
Restrictions on export and substitution of unprocessed timber.
§223.49
Downpayments.
§223.50
Periodic payments.
§223.51
Bid monitoring.
§223.52
Market-related contract term additions.
§223.53
Urgent removal contract extensions.

Appraisal and Pricing

§223.60
Determining fair market value.
§223.61
Establishing minimum stumpage rates.
§223.62
Timber purchaser road construction credit.
§223.63
Advertised rates.
§223.64
Appraisal on a lump-sum value or rate per unit of measure basis.
§223.65
Appraisal of timber for land exchange; right-of-way, or other authorized use.
§223.66
[Reserved]

Advertisement and Bids

§223.80
When advertisement is required.
§223.81
Shorter advertising periods in emergencies.
§223.82
Contents of advertisement.
§223.83
Contents of prospectus.
§223.84
Small business bid form provisions on sales with specified road construction.
§223.85
Noncompetitive sale of timber.
§223.86
Bid restriction on resale of noncompleted contract.
§223.87
Requirements of bidders concerning exports.
§223.88
Bidding methods.
§223.89
Relation to other bidders.

Award of Contracts

§223.100
Award to highest bidder.
§223.101
Determination of purchaser responsibility.
§223.102
Procedures when sale is not awarded to highest bidder.
§223.103
Award of small business set-aside sales.

Contract Administration

§223.110
Delegation to regional forester.
§223.111
Administration of contracts in designated disaster areas.
§223.112
Modification of contracts.
§223.113
Modification of contracts to prevent environmental damage or to conform to forest plans.
§223.114
Acquisition by third party.
§223.115
Contract extensions.
§223.116
Cancellation.
§223.117
Administration of cooperative or Federal sustained yield units.
§223.118
Appeal process for small business timber sale set-aside program share recomputation decisions.
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Subpart C—SUSPENSION AND DEBARMENT OF TIMBER PURCHASERS

§223.130
Scope.
§223.131
Applicability.
§223.132
Policy.
§223.133
Definitions.
§223.134
List of debarred and suspended purchasers.
§223.135
Effect of listing.
§223.136
Debarment.
§223.137
Causes for debarment.
§223.138
Procedures for debarment.
§223.139
Period of debarment.
§223.140
Scope of debarment.
§223.141
Suspension.
§223.142
Causes for suspension.
§223.143
Procedures for suspension.
§223.144
Period of suspension.
§223.145
Scope of suspension.
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Subpart D—TIMBER EXPORT AND SUBSTITUTION RESTRICTIONS

§223.159
Scope and applicability.
§223.160
Definitions.
§223.161
[Reserved]
§223.162
Limitations on timber harvested from all other states.
§223.163
[Reserved]
§223.164
Penalty for falsification.
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Subpart E—[RESERVED]

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Subpart F—THE FOREST RESOURCES CONSERVATION AND SHORTAGE RELIEF ACT OF 1990 PROGRAM

§223.185
Scope and applicability.
§223.186
Definitions.
§223.187
Determinations of unprocessed timber.
§223.188
Prohibitions against exporting unprocessed Federal timber.
§223.189
Prohibitions against substitution.
§223.190
Sourcing area application procedures.
§223.191
Sourcing area disapproval and review procedures.
§223.192
Procedures for a non-manufacturer.
§223.193
Procedures for reporting acquisition and disposition of unprocessed Federal timber.
§223.194
Procedures for reporting the acquisition and disposition of unprocessed private timber.
§223.195
Procedures for identifying and marking unprocessed timber.
§223.196
Civil penalties for violation.
§223.197
Civil penalty assessment procedures.
§223.198
Administrative remedies.
§223.199
Procedures for cooperating with other agencies.
§223.200
Determinations of surplus species.
§223.201
Limitations on unprocessed timber harvested in Alaska.
§223.202
Information requirements.
§223.203
Indirect substitution exception for National Forest System timber from within Washington State.
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Subpart G—XXX

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Subpart H—XXX



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