43 CFR Part 2560, Subpart 2568 - Alaska Native Allotments For Certain Veterans
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- Regulatory Authority
- Information Collection
- Who Is Qualified for an Allotment
- § 2568.60 — May the personal representatives of eligible deceased veterans apply on their behalf?
- § 2568.61 — What are the requirements for a personal representative?
- § 2568.62 — Under what circumstances does BLM accept the appointment of a personal representative?
- § 2568.63 — Under what circumstances does BLM reject the appointment of a personal representative?
- § 2568.64 — Are there different requirements for giving an allotment to the estate of a deceased veteran?
Applying for an Allotment
- § 2568.70 — If I am qualified for an allotment, when can I apply?
- § 2568.71 — Where do I file my application?
- § 2568.72 — When does BLM consider my application to be filed too late?
- § 2568.73 — Do I need to fill out a special application form?
- § 2568.74 — What else must I file with my application?
- § 2568.75 — Must I include a Certificate of Indian Blood as well as a Department of Defense verification of qualifying military service when I file my application with BLM?
- § 2568.76 — Do I need to pay any fees when I file my application?
- § 2568.77 — [Reserved]
- § 2568.78 — Will my application segregate the land for which I am applying from other applications or land actions?
- § 2568.79 — Are there any rules about the number and size of parcels?
- § 2568.80 — Does the parcel have to be surveyed before I can receive title to it?
- § 2568.81 — If BLM finds errors in my application, will BLM give me a chance to correct them?
- § 2568.82 — If BLM decides that I have not submitted enough information to show qualifying use and occupancy, will it reject my application or give me a chance to submit more information?
Available Lands - General
- § 2568.90 — If I qualify for an allotment, what land may BLM convey to me?
- § 2568.91 — Is there land owned by the Federal government that BLM cannot convey to me even if I qualify?
- § 2568.92 — [Reserved]
- § 2568.93 — Is there a limit to how much water frontage my allotment can include?
- § 2568.94 — Can I receive an allotment of land that is valuable for minerals?
- § 2568.95 — Will BLM try to reacquire land that has been conveyed out of Federal ownership so it can convey that land to a Native veteran?
Available Lands - Conservation System Units (CSU)
- § 2568.100 — What is a CSU?
- § 2568.101 — If the land I used and occupied is within a CSU other than a National Wilderness or any part of a National Forest, can I receive a title to it?
- § 2568.102 — Is the process by which the managing agency decides whether my allotment is not inconsistent with the CSU the same as other such determination processes?
- § 2568.103 — By what process does the managing agency of a CSU decide if my allotment would be consistent with the CSU?
- § 2568.104 — How will a CSU manager determine if my allotment is consistent with the CSU?
- § 2568.105 — In what situations could a CSU manager likely find an allotment to be consistent with the CSU?
- § 2568.106 — In what situations could a CSU manager generally find an allotment to be inconsistent with the purposes of a CSU?
- § 2568.110 — If I qualify for Federal land in one of the categories BLM cannot convey, is there any other way for me to receive an allotment?
- § 2568.111 — What if BLM decides that I qualify for land that is in the category of Federal land that BLM cannot convey?
- § 2568.112 — What do I do if BLM notifies me that I am eligible to choose an alternative allotment?
- § 2568.113 — Do I have to prove that I used and occupied the land I've chosen as an alternative allotment?
- § 2568.114 — How do I apply for an alternative allotment if the CSU manager determines my application is inconsistent with a CSU?
- § 2568.115 — When must I apply for an alternative allotment if the CSU manager determines my application is inconsistent with a CSU?
- § 2568.120 — What can I do if I disagree with any of the decisions that are made about my allotment application?
- § 2568.121 — If an agency determines my allotment is inconsistent with the purposes of a CSU, what can I do if I disagree?
- § 2568.122 — What then does the CSU manager do with my request for reconsideration?
- § 2568.123 — Can I appeal the CSU Manager's reconsidered decision if I disagree with it?
65 FR 40961, June 30, 2000, unless otherwise noted.
Title 43 published on 2014-10-01.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 43 CFR Part 2560.