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Title 43Subtitle BChapter IPart 429


TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS

CHAPTER I—BUREAU OF RECLAMATION, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

PART 429—USE OF BUREAU OF RECLAMATION LAND, FACILITIES, AND WATERBODIES

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Subpart A—PURPOSE, DEFINITIONS, AND APPLICABILITY

§429.1
What is the purpose of this part?
§429.2
What definitions are used in this part?
§429.3
What types of uses are subject to the requirements and processes established under this part?
§429.4
What types of uses are not subject to the requirements and processes established under this part?
§429.5
Who is authorized to issue use authorizations under this part?
§429.6
When must water user organizations also approve use authorizations?
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Subpart B—PROPOSED USES INVOLVING RECLAMATION EASEMENTS

§429.7
Can I use land where Reclamation holds an easement?
§429.8
Is there a fee for uses involving a Reclamation easement?
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Subpart C—REQUESTING AUTHORIZATION TO USE RECLAMATION LAND, FACILITIES, AND WATERBODIES

§429.9
What should I do before filing an application?
§429.10
What application form should I use?
§429.11
Where can I get the application forms?
§429.12
Where do I file my application?
§429.13
How long will the application review process take?
§429.14
What criteria will Reclamation consider when reviewing applications?
§429.15
Is Reclamation required to issue a use authorization?
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Subpart D—APPLICATION FEES AND ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS

§429.16
How much is the application fee and when should it be paid?
§429.17
When will Reclamation collect administrative costs?
§429.18
When do I have to pay the administrative costs?
§429.19
What happens if the initial estimate for administrative costs is insufficient?
§429.20
Can I get a detailed explanation of the administrative costs?
§429.21
If I overpay Reclamation's administrative costs, can I get a refund?
§429.22
Can Reclamation charge me additional administrative costs after I receive a use authorization?
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Subpart E—USE FEES

§429.23
How does Reclamation determine use fees?
§429.24
When should I pay my use fee?
§429.25
How long do I have to submit my payment for the use fee and accept the offered use authorization?
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Subpart F—REDUCTIONS OR WAIVERS OF APPLICATION FEES, ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS, AND USE FEES

§429.26
When may Reclamation reduce or waive costs or fees?
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Subpart G—TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE AUTHORIZATIONS

§429.27
What general information appears in use authorizations?
§429.28
What terms and conditions apply to all use authorizations?
§429.29
What other terms and conditions may be included in my use authorization?
§429.30
May use authorizations be transferred or assigned to others?
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Subpart H—PROHIBITED AND UNAUTHORIZED USES OF RECLAMATION LAND, FACILITIES, AND WATERBODIES

§429.31
What uses are prohibited on Reclamation land, facilities, and waterbodies?
§429.32
How will Reclamation address currently authorized existing private exclusive recreational or residential uses?
§429.33
What are the consequences for using Reclamation land, facilities, and waterbodies without authorization?
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Subpart I—DECISIONS AND APPEALS

§429.34
Who is the decisionmaker for Reclamation's final determinations?
§429.35
May I appeal Reclamation's final determination?
§429.36
May I appeal the Commissioner's decision?
§429.37
Does interest accrue on monies owed to the United States during my appeal process?


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