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e-CFR Data is current as of October 30, 2014

Title 43Subtitle BChapter IISubchapter APart 1820


TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL MANAGEMENT (1000)

PART 1820—APPLICATION PROCEDURES

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Subpart 1821—GENERAL INFORMATION

§1821.10
Where are BLM offices located?
§1821.11
During what hours may I file an application?
§1821.12
Are these the only regulations that will apply to my application or other required document?
§1821.13
What if the specific program regulations conflict with these regulations?
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Subpart 1822—FILING A DOCUMENT WITH BLM

§1822.10
How should my name appear on applications and other required documents that I submit to BLM?
§1822.11
What must I do to make an official filing with BLM?
§1822.12
Where do I file my application or other required documents?
§1822.13
May I file electronically?
§1822.14
What if I try to file a required document on the last day of the stated period for filing, but the BLM office where it is to be filed is officially closed all day?
§1822.15
If I miss filing a required document or payment within the specified period, can BLM consider it timely filed anyway?
§1822.16
Where do I file an application that involves lands under the jurisdiction of more than one BLM State Office?
§1822.17
When are documents considered filed simultaneously?
§1822.18
How does BLM decide in which order to accept documents that are simultaneously filed?
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Subpart 1823—PAYMENTS AND REFUNDS

§1823.10
How may I make my payments to BLM?
§1823.11
What is the authority for BLM issuing a refund of a payment?
§1823.12
When and how may I obtain a refund?
§1823.13
Is additional documentation needed when a third party requests a refund?
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Subpart 1824—PUBLICATION AND POSTING OF NOTICES

§1824.10
What is publication?
§1824.11
How does BLM choose a newspaper in which to publish a notice?
§1824.12
How many times must BLM publish a notice?
§1824.13
Who pays for publication?
§1824.14
Does the claimant or applicant pay for an error by the printer of the paper in which the notice appears?
§1824.15
What does it mean to post a notice?
§1824.16
Why must I post a notice?
§1824.17
If I must post a notice on the land, what are the requirements?
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Subpart 1825—RELINQUISHMENTS

§1825.10
If I relinquish my interest (such as a claim or lease) in public lands, am I relieved of all further responsibility associated with that interest?
§1825.11
When are relinquishments effective?
§1825.12
When does relinquished land become available again for other application or appropriation?


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