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e-CFR Data is current as of October 23, 2014

Title 43Subtitle BChapter IISubchapter DPart 4300


TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS (CONTINUED)

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

SUBCHAPTER D—RANGE MANAGEMENT (4000)

PART 4300—GRAZING ADMINISTRATION; ALASKA; REINDEER; GENERAL

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General Information

General Information

§4300.1
What is a reindeer?
§4300.2
Is there a special form for my application?

Before You Apply for a Reindeer Grazing Permit

§4300.10
On what types of public land can I obtain a reindeer grazing permit?
§4300.11
Who qualifies to apply for a permit?
§4300.12
What is the definition of a Native?

Applying for a Grazing Permit

§4300.20
How do I apply for a permit?
§4300.21
What must I include in my application?
§4300.22
What fees must I pay?
§4300.23
After I file my application, can I use the land before BLM issues my permit?
§4300.24
Does my filed application mean that no one else can file an application?
§4300.25
Does my filed application mean I will automatically receive a permit?

Protests Against a Grazing Permit Application

§4300.30
Can someone else protest my permit application?

Conditions of Your Approved Permit

§4300.40
How long can I graze reindeer with my permit?
§4300.41
What will the permit say about the number of reindeer and where I can graze them?
§4300.42
If I have existing improvements on the land, will these be allowed in the initial permit?
§4300.43
What should I do if I want to construct and maintain improvements on the land?
§4300.44
Are there any major restrictions on my grazing permit that I might otherwise think are allowed?
§4300.45
Must I submit any reports?

Changes That Can Affect Your Permit

§4300.50
Are there other uses of the land that may affect my permit?
§4300.51
Will I be notified if another use, disposal, or withdrawal occurs on the land?
§4300.52
Can other persons use the land in my permit for mineral exploration or production?

Changes in the Size of the Permit Area

§4300.53
Can BLM reduce the size of the land in my permit?
§4300.54
Can BLM increase the size of the land in my permit?
§4300.55
What if I don't agree with an adjustment of my permit area?

Permit Renewals

§4300.57
How do I apply for a renewal of my permit?
§4300.58
Will the renewed permit be exactly the same as the old permit?

Assigning Your Permit to Another Party

§4300.59
If I want to assign my permit to another party, when must I notify BLM?
§4300.60
What must be included in my assignment document?
§4300.61
Can I sublease any part of the land in my permit?

Closing Out Your Permit

§4300.70
May I relinquish my permit?
§4300.71
Under what circumstances can BLM modify, reduce or cancel my permit?
§4300.72
May I remove my personal property or improvements when the permit expires or terminates?

Reindeer Crossing Permits

§4300.80
How can I get a permit to cross reindeer over public lands?

Trespass

§4300.90
What is a trespass?


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