32 CFR 229.14 - Determination of archaeological or commercial value and cost of restoration and repair.

§ 229.14 Determination of archaeological or commercial value and cost of restoration and repair.
(a) Archaeological value. For purposes of this part, the archaeological value of any archaeological resource involved in a violation of the prohibitions in § 229.4 of this part or conditions of a permit issued pursuant to this part shall be the value of the information associated with the archaeological resource. This value shall be appraised in terms of the costs of the retrieval of the scientific information which would have been obtainable prior to the violation. These costs may include, but need not be limited to, the cost of preparing a research design, conducting field work, carrying out laboratory analysis, and preparing reports as would be necessary to realize the information potential.
(b) Commercial value. For purposes of this part, the commercial value of any archaeological resource involved in a violation of the prohibitions in § 229.4 of this part or conditions of a permit issued pursuant to this part shall be its fair market value. Where the violation has resulted in damage to the archaeological resource, the fair market value should be determined using the condition of the archaeological resource prior to the violation, to the extent that its prior condition can be ascertained.
(c) Cost of restoration and repair. For purposes of this part, the cost of restoration and repair of archaeological resources damaged as a result of a violation of prohibitions or conditions pursuant to this part, shall be the sum of the costs already incurred for emergency restoration or repair work, plus those costs projected to be necessary to complete restoration and repair, which may include, but need not be limited to, the costs of the following:
(1) Reconstruction of the archaeological resource;
(2) Stabilization of the archaeological resource;
(3) Ground contour reconstruction and surface stabilization;
(4) Research necessary to carry out reconstruction or stabilization;
(5) Physical barriers or other protective devices, necessitated by the disturbance of the archaeological resource, to protect it from further disturbance;
(6) Examination and analysis of the archaeological resource including recording remaining archaeological information, where necessitated by disturbance, in order to salvage remaining values which cannot be otherwise conserved;
(7) Reinterment of human remains in accordance with religious custom and State, local, or tribal law, where appropriate, as determined by the Federal land manager.
(8) Preparation of reports relating to any of the above activities.

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 16 - CONSERVATION

§ 432 - Permits to examine ruins, excavations, and gathering of objects; regulations

§ 433 - American antiquities

§ 469 - Preservation of historical and archeological data threatened by dam construction or alterations of terrain

§ 470a - Historic preservation program

16 U.S. Code § 470a–1 - World Heritage Convention

16 U.S. Code § 470a–2 - Federal undertakings outside United States; mitigation of adverse effects

§ 470b - Requirements for awarding of grant funds

16 U.S. Code § 470b–1 - Grants to National Trust for Historic Preservation

§ 470c - Apportionment of grant funds

§ 470d - Loan insurance program for preservation of property included on National Register

§ 470e - Recordkeeping; recipients of assistance; audit

§ 470f - Effect of Federal undertakings upon property listed in National Register; comment by Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

§ 470g - White House, United States Supreme Court building, and United States Capitol not included in program for preservation of historical properties

§ 470h - Historic Preservation Fund; establishment; appropriations; source of revenue

16 U.S. Code § 470h–1 - Acceptance of privately donated funds by Secretary

16 U.S. Code § 470h–2 - Historic properties owned or controlled by Federal agencies

16 U.S. Code § 470h–3 - Lease or exchange of historic property

16 U.S. Code § 470h–4 - Professional standards

16 U.S. Code § 470h–5 - Interstate and international traffic in antiquities

§ 470i - Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

§ 470j - Functions of Council; annual report to President and Congress; recommendations

§ 470k - Cooperation between Council and instrumentalities of executive branch of Federal Government

16 U.S. Code § -

§ 470m - Administration

§ 470n - International Centre for Study of Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property

16 U.S. Code § -

§ 470p - Rights, benefits, and privileges of transferred employees

§ 470q - Operations of Council; exemption

§ 470r - Transmittal of legislative recommendations, or testimony, or comments, to any officer or agency of the United States prior to submission thereof to Congress; prohibition

§ 470s - Rules and regulations; participation by local governments

§ 470t - Budget; authorization of appropriations

§ 470aa - Congressional findings and declaration of purpose

§ 470bb - Definitions

§ 470cc - Excavation and removal

§ 470dd - Custody of archaeological resources

§ 470ee - Prohibited acts and criminal penalties

§ 470ff - Civil penalties

§ 470gg - Enforcement

§ 470hh - Confidentiality of information concerning nature and location of archaeological resources

§ 470ii - Rules and regulations; intergovernmental coordination

§ 470jj - Cooperation with private individuals

§ 470kk - Savings provisions

16 U.S. Code § -

§ 470mm - Surveying of lands; reporting of violations

Statutes at Large
Public Laws