33 CFR 211.26 - Functions in acquiring Federal jurisdiction.

§ 211.26 Functions in acquiring Federal jurisdiction.
(a) The Division Engineer. Upon determination that Federal jurisdiction is desired over a Civil Works Project, the Office of the Division Engineer concerned prepares such maps and descriptions of the lands involved as may be required and forwards them to the Office of the Chief of Engineers with any further information called for by the laws of the State where the lands are located.
(b) Chief of Engineers. All letters and other papers required to procure cessions of jurisdiction and all notices of acceptance are prepared in the Office of the Chief of Engineers.
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