Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 110-37-3-.05 - Certification Procedures

(1) A Rehabilitated Historic Property Application has two parts. Part A determines the preliminary historic significance and provides preliminary approval of proposed or ongoing rehabilitation work. Part B must be submitted and approved by the Department after the rehabilitation is completed and within 24 months of receiving a Preliminary Certification pursuant to these rules. Approval of this application certifies documented rehabilitation as meeting the Department's Standards for Rehabilitation. Part A is used to determine the preliminary historic significance and whether preliminary approval of proposed or ongoing rehabilitation work shall be granted. Part B must be submitted for approval to the Department after the rehabilitation is completed. Approval of Part B certifies that the documented rehabilitation meets the Department's Standards for Rehabilitation and constitutes certification of the property by the Department as rehabilitated Historic Property.
(2) A $50.00 application fee must accompany each application for the review process to begin. Fees are payable only by cashier's check. Check should be made payable to the Georgia Department of Community Affairs. All fees are non-refundable.
(3) The Department is responsible for receiving applications to determine eligibility as rehabilitated historic property. The State Historic Preservation Officer shall make the preliminary and final determination for certification of rehabilitated historic property.
(4) Applicants shall submit documentation on forms developed by the Department for certification. The Part A form shall be used for preliminary certification of rehabilitation work and for preliminary determination of historic significance. At a minimum, this application shall include property ownership, property location, property history, description of rehabilitation, photographs, and other such information as delineated in Department instructions that, shall be needed by the Department to determine rehabilitated historic certification.
(5) Once an application has been approved, substantive changes in the work as described in the application shall be brought to the attention of the Department by written statement using Department forms for such.
(6) The Part B - Final Certification form shall be used to certify the property as rehabilitated historic property as defined in these regulations.


Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 110-37-3-.05
O.C.G.A. ยง 48-5-7.2.
Original Rule entitled "Certification Procedures" adopted. F. July 17, 2020; eff. August 6, 2020.

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