Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 110-37-3-.02 - Requirements for Preliminary and Final Certification of Rehabilitated Historic Properties
(1) In order to be eligible for certification as rehabilitated historic property a property must:
(a) qualify for listing in the Georgia Register; and
(b) be substantially rehabilitated in accordance with the Department's Standards for Rehabilitation; and
(c) Matters of valuation are not the concern of the Department.
(2) Certification of rehabilitated historic property shall apply to the building or structure which is rehabilitated, the real property on which the building is located, and not more than two (2) acres of real property surrounding the building or structure. The remaining property may be assessed by local authorities for tax purposes as otherwise provided by law.
(3) To qualify for certification of rehabilitated historic property, the property owner must:
(a) submit an application for preliminary certification (Part A) and receive approval from the Department that the property qualifies as rehabilitated historic property. Specific requirements of the application are further defined in 110-37-3-.03 of these rules.
(b) upon completion of the rehabilitation, submit a request to the Department for final certification (Part B) and receive approval of the request.
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