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Title 43 Part 429 → Subpart B → §429.7

Title 43 → Subtitle B → Chapter I → Part 429 → Subpart B → §429.7

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Title 43 Part 429 → Subpart B → §429.7

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Title 43Subtitle BChapter IPart 429Subpart B → §429.7


Title 43: Public Lands: Interior
PART 429—USE OF BUREAU OF RECLAMATION LAND, FACILITIES, AND WATERBODIES
Subpart B—Proposed Uses Involving Reclamation Easements


§429.7   Can I use land where Reclamation holds an easement?

(a) To prevent conflicts where Reclamation holds an easement on land owned by others, you should submit an application for the proposed use. If after review of the application, Reclamation determines that your requested use would not unreasonably interfere with Reclamation's easement, a consent document may be issued to you. The consent document will contain the conditions with which you must comply to ensure that your use will not unreasonably interfere with Reclamation's use of its easement.

(b) In accordance with subpart C of this part, you should submit either SF 299 or Form 7-2540 to the local Reclamation office to request a consent document.

(c) If you are not the underlying landowner, you must also secure the permission of the landowner for your requested use of the area covered by Reclamation's easement.


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