30 CFR 227.802 - How will MMS terminate a State's delegation agreement?

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§ 227.802 How will MMS terminate a State's delegation agreement?
This section explains the procedures MMS will use to terminate all or a part of your delegation agreement:
(a) MMS will notify you in writing that it is initiating procedures to terminate your delegation agreement;
(b) MMS will provide you notice and opportunity for a hearing under § 227.803 of this part;
(c) The MMS Director, with concurrence from the Secretary, will decide whether to terminate your delegation agreement.
(d) After the hearing, MMS may:
(1) Terminate your delegation agreement; or
(2) Allow you 30 days to correct any remaining deficiencies. If you do not correct the deficiency within 30 days, MMS will terminate all or a part of your delegation agreement.
(e) MMS will determine the date your agreement is terminated and will notify you of that date in writing. MMS will determine the termination date based on the number of delegated functions and the impact of the termination on all affected parties.
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    1. 80 FR 75806 - Oil and Gas and Sulphur Operations in the Outer Continental Shelf—Decommissioning Costs
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