Conn. Agencies Regs. § 27-39-11 - Federal, state and local permits and licenses

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) It shall be the responsibility of the lessee to obtain all permits and licenses required by the various regulatory agencies at the Federal, state and local echelons of government. The OIC or his designated representative will advise the lessee of this responsibility during the rental conference. Any fines, fees or penalties assessed by such regulatory agencies for failure to comply with existing permit or license requirements shall be chargeable solely to the lessee.
(b) Written objections to the rental or to the lessee shall be forwarded to the Property Administration Office. The Adjutant General shall then appoint a Review Board who will conduct an informal hearing and make its recommendation to the Adjutant General for a final determination. Whenever possible, the Review Board shall consist of three individuals, including the facility's OIC, DOIC or his/her designated representative, the Staff Judge Advocate, and a representative from the State Military Department of suitable temperament and experience to be appointed by the Adjutant General.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 27-39-11
Effective April 26, 1993

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