41 CFR Part 102-75, Subpart B - Utilization of Excess Real Property
- § 102-75.25 What are landholding agencies' responsibilities concerning the utilization of excess property?
- § 102-75.30 What are disposal agencies' responsibilities concerning the utilization of excess property?
- § 102-75.35 [Reserved]
Subject Group 422Standards (§§ 102-75.40 - 102-75.55)
Subject Group 423Guidelines (§§ 102-75.60 - 102-75.95)
- § 102-75.60 What are landholding agencies' responsibilities concerning real property surveys?
- § 102-75.65 Why is it important for Executive agencies to notify the disposal agency of its real property needs?
- § 102-75.70 Are there any exceptions to this notification policy?
- § 102-75.75 What is the most important consideration in evaluating a proposed transfer of excess real property?
- § 102-75.80 What are an Executive agency's responsibilities before requesting a transfer of excess real property?
- § 102-75.85 Can disposal agencies transfer excess real property to agencies for programs that appear to be scheduled for substantial curtailment or termination?
- § 102-75.90 How is excess real property needed for office, storage, and related purposes normally transferred to the requesting agency?
- § 102-75.95 Can Federal agencies that normally do not require real property (other than for office, storage, and related purposes) or that may not have statutory authority to acquire such property, obtain the use of excess real property?
Subject Group 424Land Withdrawn or Reserved From the Public Domain (§§ 102-75.100 - 102-75.105)
- § 102-75.100 When an agency holds land withdrawn or reserved from the public domain and determines that it no longer needs this land, what must it do?
- § 102-75.105 What responsibility does the Department of the Interior have if it determines that minerals in the land are unsuitable for disposition under the public land mining and mineral leasing laws?
Subject Group 425Transfers Under Other Laws (§ 102-75.110)
Subject Group 426Reporting of Excess Real Property (§§ 102-75.115 - 102-75.120)
Subject Group 427Title Report (§§ 102-75.125 - 102-75.135)
- § 102-75.125 What information must agencies include in the title report?
- § 102-75.130 If hazardous substance activity took place on the property, what specific information must an agency include in the title report?
- § 102-75.135 If no hazardous substance activity took place on the property, what specific information must an agency include in the title report?
Subject Group 428Other Necessary Information (§ 102-75.140)
Subject Group 429Examination for Acceptability (§§ 102-75.145 - 102-75.155)
Subject Group 430Designation as Personal Property (§§ 102-75.160 - 102-75.170)
- § 102-75.160 Should prefabricated movable structures be designated real or personal property for disposition purposes?
- § 102-75.165 Should related personal property be designated real or personal property for disposition purposes?
- § 102-75.170 What happens to the related personal property in a structure scheduled for demolition?
Subject Group 431Transfers (§§ 102-75.175 - 102-75.235)
- § 102-75.175 What are GSA's responsibilities regarding transfer requests?
- § 102-75.180 May landholding agencies transfer excess real property without notifying GSA?
- § 102-75.185 In those instances where landholding agencies may transfer excess real property without notifying GSA, which policies must they follow?
- § 102-75.190 What amount must the transferee agency pay for the transfer of excess real property?
- § 102-75.195 If the transferor agency is a wholly owned Government corporation, what amount must the transferee agency pay?
- § 102-75.200 What amount must the transferee agency pay if property is being transferred for the purpose of upgrading the transferee agency's facilities?
- § 102-75.205 Are transfers ever made without reimbursement by the transferee agency?
- § 102-75.210 What must a transferee agency include in its request for an exception from the 100 percent reimbursement requirement?
- § 102-75.215 Who must endorse requests for exception to the 100 percent reimbursement requirement?
- § 102-75.220 Where should an agency send a request for exception to the 100 percent reimbursement requirement?
- § 102-75.225 Who must review and approve a request for exception from the 100 percent reimbursement requirement?
- § 102-75.230 Who is responsible for property protection and maintenance costs while the request for exception is being reviewed?
- § 102-75.235 May disposal agencies transfer excess property to the Senate, the House of Representatives, and the Architect of the Capitol?
Subject Group 432Temporary Utilization (§ 102-75.240)
Subject Group 433Non-Federal Interim Use of Excess Property (§ 102-75.245)