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TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS (CONTINUED)

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

SUBCHAPTER C—MINERALS MANAGEMENT (3000)

PART 3420—COMPETITIVE LEASING

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Subpart 3420—COMPETITIVE LEASING

§3420.0-1
Purpose.
§3420.0-2
Objectives.
§3420.0-3
Authority.
§3420.1
Procedures.
§3420.1-1
Lands subject to evaluation for leasing.
§3420.1-2
Call for coal resource and other resource information.
§3420.1-3
Special leasing opportunities.
§3420.1-4
General requirements for land use planning.
§3420.1-5
Hearing requirements.
§3420.1-6
Consultation with Federal surface management agencies.
§3420.1-7
Consultation with states and Indian tribes.
§3420.1-8
Identification of lands as acceptable for further consideration.
§3420.2
Regional leasing levels.
§3420.3
Activity planning: The leasing process.
§3420.3-1
Area identification process.
§3420.3-2
Expressions of leasing interest.
§3420.3-3
Preliminary tract delineation.
§3420.3-4
Regional tract ranking, selection, environmental analysis and scheduling.
§3420.4
Final consultations.
§3420.4-1
Timing of consultation.
§3420.4-2
Consultation with surface management agencies.
§3420.4-3
Consultation with Governors.
§3420.4-4
Consultation with Indian tribes.
§3420.4-5
Consultation with the Attorney General.
§3420.5
Adoption of final regional lease sale schedule.
§3420.5-1
Announcement.
§3420.5-2
Revision.
§3420.6
Reoffer of tracts not sold in previous regional lease sales.
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Subpart 3422—LEASE SALES

§3422.1
Fair market value and maximum economic recovery.
§3422.2
Notice of sale and detailed statement.
§3422.3
Sale procedures.
§3422.3-1
Bidding systems.
§3422.3-2
Conduct of sale.
§3422.3-3
Unsurveyed lands.
§3422.3-4
Consultation with the Attorney General.
§3422.4
Award of lease.
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Subpart 3425—LEASING ON APPLICATION

§3425.0-1
Purpose.
§3425.0-2
Objective.
§3425.1
Application for lease.
§3425.1-1
Where filed.
§3425.1-2
Contents of application.
§3425.1-3
Qualifications of the applicant.
§3425.1-4
Emergency leasing.
§3425.1-5
Leasing outside coal production regions.
§3425.1-6
Hardship leases.
§3425.1-7
Preliminary data.
§3425.1-8
Rejection of applications.
§3425.1-9
Modification of application area.
§3425.2
Land use plans.
§3425.3
Environmental analysis.
§3425.4
Consultation and sale procedures.
§3425.5
Lease terms.
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Subpart 3427—SPLIT ESTATE LEASING

§3427.0-1
Purpose.
§3427.0-3
Authority.
§3427.0-7
Scope.
§3427.1
Deposits subject to consent.
§3427.2
Procedures.
§3427.3
Validation of information.
§3427.4
Pre-existing consents.
§3427.5
Unqualified surface owners.


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