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Title 43Subtitle BChapter IISubchapter BPart 2560


TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS (CONTINUED)

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

SUBCHAPTER B—LAND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (2000)

PART 2560—ALASKA OCCUPANCY AND USE

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Subpart 2561—NATIVE ALLOTMENTS

§2561.0-2
Objectives.
§2561.0-3
Authority.
§2561.0-5
Definitions.
§2561.0-8
Lands subject to allotment.
§2561.1
Applications.
§2561.2
Proof of use and occupancy.
§2561.3
Effect of allotment.
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Subpart 2562—TRADE AND MANUFACTURING SITES

§2562.0-3
Authority.
§2562.1
Initiation of claim.
§2562.2
Qualifications of applicant.
§2562.3
Applications.
§2562.4
Survey.
§2562.5
Publication and posting.
§2562.6
Form of entry.
§2562.7
Patent.
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Subpart 2563—HOMESITES OR HEADQUARTERS

§2563.0-2
Purpose.
§2563.0-3
Authority.
§2563.0-7
Cross references.
§2563.1
Purchase of tracts not exceeding 5 acres, on showing as to employment or business (Act of March 3, 1927).
§2563.1-1
Application.
§2563.1-2
Approval.
§2563.2
Purchase of tracts not exceeding 5 acres, without showing as to employment or business (Act of May 26, 1934).
§2563.2-1
Procedures for initiating claim.
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Subpart 2564—NATIVE TOWNSITES

§2564.0-3
Authority.
§2564.0-4
Responsibility.
§2564.1
Application for restricted deed.
§2564.2
No payment, publication or proof required on entry for native towns.
§2564.3
Native towns occupied partly by white occupants.
§2564.4
Provisions to be inserted in restricted deeds.
§2564.5
Sale of land for which restricted deed was issued.
§2564.6
Application for unrestricted deed.
§2564.7
Determination of competency or noncompetency; issuance of unrestricted deed.
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Subpart 2565—NON-NATIVE TOWNSITES

§2565.0-3
Authority.
§2565.0-7
Cross reference.
§2565.1
General requirements.
§2565.2
Application; fees; contests and protests.
§2565.3
Subdivision.
§2565.4
Deeds.
§2565.5
Sale of the land.
§2565.6
Rights-of-way.
§2565.7
Final report of trustee; disposition of unexpended moneys and unsold lots.
§2565.8
Records to be kept by trustee.
§2565.9
Disposition of records on completion of trust.
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Subpart 2566—ALASKA RAILROAD TOWNSITES

§2566.0-3
Authority.
§2566.0-7
Cross references.
§2566.1
General procedures.
§2566.2
Public sale.
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Subpart 2568—ALASKA NATIVE ALLOTMENTS FOR CERTAIN VETERANS

Purpose

§2568.10
What Alaska Native allotment benefits are available to certain Alaska Native veterans?

Regulatory Authority

§2568.20
What is the legal authority for these allotments?
§2568.21
Do other regulations directly apply to these regulations?

Definitions

§2568.30
What terms do I need to know to understand these regulations?

Information Collection

§2568.40
Does BLM have the authority to ask me for the information required in these regulations?

Who Is Qualified for an Allotment

§2568.50
What qualifications do I need to be eligible for an allotment?

Personal Representatives

§2568.60
May the personal representatives of eligible deceased veterans apply on their behalf?
§2568.61
What are the requirements for a personal representative?
§2568.62
Under what circumstances does BLM accept the appointment of a personal representative?
§2568.63
Under what circumstances does BLM reject the appointment of a personal representative?
§2568.64
Are there different requirements for giving an allotment to the estate of a deceased veteran?

Applying for an Allotment

§2568.70
If I am qualified for an allotment, when can I apply?
§2568.71
Where do I file my application?
§2568.72
When does BLM consider my application to be filed too late?
§2568.73
Do I need to fill out a special application form?
§2568.74
What else must I file with my application?
§2568.75
Must I include a Certificate of Indian Blood as well as a Department of Defense verification of qualifying military service when I file my application with BLM?
§2568.76
Do I need to pay any fees when I file my application?
§2568.77
[Reserved]
§2568.78
Will my application segregate the land for which I am applying from other applications or land actions?
§2568.79
Are there any rules about the number and size of parcels?
§2568.80
Does the parcel have to be surveyed before I can receive title to it?
§2568.81
If BLM finds errors in my application, will BLM give me a chance to correct them?
§2568.82
If BLM decides that I have not submitted enough information to show qualifying use and occupancy, will it reject my application or give me a chance to submit more information?

Available Lands—General

§2568.90
If I qualify for an allotment, what land may BLM convey to me?
§2568.91
Is there land owned by the Federal government that BLM cannot convey to me even if I qualify?
§2568.92
[Reserved]
§2568.93
Is there a limit to how much water frontage my allotment can include?
§2568.94
Can I receive an allotment of land that is valuable for minerals?
§2568.95
Will BLM try to reacquire land that has been conveyed out of Federal ownership so it can convey that land to a Native veteran?

Available Lands—Conservation System Units (CSU)

§2568.100
What is a CSU?
§2568.101
If the land I used and occupied is within a CSU other than a National Wilderness or any part of a National Forest, can I receive a title to it?
§2568.102
Is the process by which the managing agency decides whether my allotment is not inconsistent with the CSU the same as other such determination processes?
§2568.103
By what process does the managing agency of a CSU decide if my allotment would be consistent with the CSU?
§2568.104
How will a CSU manager determine if my allotment is consistent with the CSU?
§2568.105
In what situations could a CSU manager likely find an allotment to be consistent with the CSU?
§2568.106
In what situations could a CSU manager generally find an allotment to be inconsistent with the purposes of a CSU?

Alternative Allotments

§2568.110
If I qualify for Federal land in one of the categories BLM cannot convey, is there any other way for me to receive an allotment?
§2568.111
What if BLM decides that I qualify for land that is in the category of Federal land that BLM cannot convey?
§2568.112
What do I do if BLM notifies me that I am eligible to choose an alternative allotment?
§2568.113
Do I have to prove that I used and occupied the land I've chosen as an alternative allotment?
§2568.114
How do I apply for an alternative allotment if the CSU manager determines my application is inconsistent with a CSU?
§2568.115
When must I apply for an alternative allotment if the CSU manager determines my application is inconsistent with a CSU?

Appeals

§2568.120
What can I do if I disagree with any of the decisions that are made about my allotment application?
§2568.121
If an agency determines my allotment is inconsistent with the purposes of a CSU, what can I do if I disagree?
§2568.122
What then does the CSU manager do with my request for reconsideration?
§2568.123
Can I appeal the CSU Manager's reconsidered decision if I disagree with it?


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