33 CFR 211.111 - Certification terminating rights of former owners.

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§ 211.111 Certification terminating rights of former owners.
If no application for reconveyance is made by a former owner within ninety (90) days, or authorized extension thereof, from the date of the last publication of the notice in a newspaper or, if within a reasonable time after receipt of a proper application for any reconveyances, the appropriate District Engineer and the former owner are unable to reach a satisfactory agreement with respect to the reconveyance, the Chief of Engineers and/or the appropriate District Engineer is hereby delegated authority to certify (a) that notice has been given to the former owner of such land pursuant to the Act and §§ 211.101 to 211.111, and that no qualified applicant has made timely application for reconveyance of such land; or (b) that within a reasonable time after receipt of a proper application for reconveyance the parties have been unable to reach a satisfactory agreement with respect to the reconveyance of such land. After such certification has been executed, disposition of the land shall be made pursuant to the Federal Property Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, subject to such reservations, restrictions, exceptions, and conditions, as the Chief of Engineers or the Director of Civil Works consider necessary for the operation of the project or in the public interest.
[37 FR 15372, Aug. 1, 1972]

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