43 CFR 2650.1 - Provisions for interim administration.

§ 2650.1 Provisions for interim administration.
(a)
(1) Prior to any conveyance under the Act, all public lands withdrawn pursuant to sections 11, 14, and 16, or covered by section 19 of the Act, shall be administered under applicable laws and regulations by the Secretary of the Interior, or by the Secretary of Agriculture in the case of national forest lands, as provided by section 22(i) of the Act. The authority of the Secretary of the Interior and of the Secretary of Agriculture to make contracts and to issue leases, permits, rights-of-way, or easements is not impaired by the withdrawals.
(2)
(i) Prior to the Secretary's making contracts or issuing leases, permits, rights-of-way, or easements, the views of the concerned regions or villages shall be obtained and considered, except as provided in paragraph (a)(2)(ii) of this section.
(ii) Prior to making contracts, or issuing leases, permits, rights-of-way, or easements on lands subject to election pursuant to section 19(b) of the Act, the Secretary shall obtain the consent of the representatives of the Natives living on those lands.
(b) As provided in section 17(d)(3) of the Act, any lands withdrawn pursuant to section 17(d) shall be subject to administration by the Secretary under applicable laws and regulations and his authority to make contracts, and to issue leases, permits, rights-of-way, or easements shall not be impaired by the withdrawal. To the extent that any such land is also subject to the provisions of paragraph (a) of this section, the provisions of that subsection shall govern.
(c) As provided in section 21(e) of the Act, so long as there are no substantial revenues from real property interests conveyed pursuant to this Act and the lands are not subject to State and local real property taxes, such lands shall continue to receive forest fire protection services from the United States at no cost. The Secretary will promulgate criteria, after consultation with the concerned Native corporations and the State of Alaska, for determining when substantial revenues are accruing as to lands for which forest fire protection services are furnished by the Department of the Interior and no discontinuance of such service will be ordered by the Secretary unless he finds, after notice and opportunity for submission of views, that such discontinuance is in conformity with the criteria.

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 5 - GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND EMPLOYEES
U.S. Code: Title 43 - PUBLIC LANDS

§ 1201 - Power of Secretary or designated officer

§ 1601 - Congressional findings and declaration of policy

§ 1602 - Definitions

§ 1603 - Declaration of settlement

§ 1604 - Enrollment

§ 1605 - Alaska Native Fund

§ 1606 - Regional Corporations

§ 1607 - Village Corporations

§ 1608 - Revenue sharing

§ 1609 - Limitation of actions

§ 1610 - Withdrawal of public lands

§ 1611 - Native land selections

§ 1612 - Surveys

§ 1613 - Conveyance of lands

§ 1613a - ANCSA amendment

§ 1614 - Timber sale contracts; modification; timber from contingency area

§ 1615 - Withdrawal and selection of public lands; funds in lieu of acreage

§ 1616 - Joint Federal-State Land Use Planning Commission for Alaska

§ 1617 - Revocation of Indian allotment authority in Alaska

§ 1618 - Revocation of reserved rights; excepted reserve; acquisition of title to surface and subsurface estates in reserve; election of Village Corporations; restoration of land to Elim Native Corporation

§ 1619 - Attorney and consultant fees

§ 1620 - Taxation

§ 1621 - Miscellaneous provisions

§ 1622 - Annual reports to Congress until 1984; submission in 1985 of report of status of Natives, summary of actions taken, and recommendations

§ 1623 - Authorization of appropriations

§ 1624 - Regulations; issuance; publication in Federal Register

§ 1625 - Securities laws exemption

§ 1626 - Relation to other programs

§ 1627 - Merger of Native corporations

§ 1628 - Assignments by Regional Corporations of rights to receive payments from Fund

§ 1629 - Cape Krusenstern National Monument land exchange between United States and NANA Regional Corporation, Inc.

§ 1629a - Relinquishment by NANA Regional Corporation, Inc., of lands compact and contiguous to public lands in Cape Krusenstern National Monument

§ 1629b - Procedures for considering amendments and resolutions

§ 1629c - Duration of alienability restrictions

§ 1629d - Dissenters rights

§ 1629e - Settlement Trust option

§ 1629f - Claims arising from contamination of transferred lands

§ 1629g - Open season for certain Alaska Native veterans for allotments

§ 1629h - Kake Tribal Corporation land transfer