Part 44 - FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, LOCAL GOVERNMENTS  


§ 44.10 What is the purpose of this subpart?
§ 44.11 What are the definitions of terms used in this subpart?
§ 44.12 Who is eligible to receive PILT payments?
§ 44.20 How does the Department process payments to local governments whose jurisdictions contain entitlement lands?
§ 44.21 How does the Department calculate payments to local governments whose jurisdictions contain entitlement lands?
§ 44.22 Are there any special circumstances that affect the way the Department calculates PILT payments?
§ 44.23 How does the Department certify payment computations?
§ 44.30 How does the Department make payments for acquired lands?
§ 44.31 How does the Department calculate payments for acquired lands?
§ 44.40 How does the Department process payments for lands in the Redwood National Park or Lake Tahoe Basin?
§ 44.41 How does the Department calculate payments for lands in the Redwood National Park or Lake Tahoe Basin?
§ 44.50 What are the local governments' responsibilities after receiving payments under this part?
§ 44.51 Are there general procedures applicable to all PILT payments?
§ 44.52 May a State enact legislation to reallocate or redistribute PILT payments?
§ 44.53 What will the Department do if a State enacts distribution legislation?
§ 44.54 What happens if a State repeals or amends distribution legislation?
§ 44.55 Can a unit of general local government protest the results of payment computations?
§ 44.56 How does a unit of general local government file a protest?
§ 44.57 Can a unit of general local government appeal a rejection of a protest?

Authority

Public Law 94–565, 90 Stat. 2662, as amended, 31 U.S.C. 6901–6907.

Source

69 FR 70559, Dec. 7, 2004, unless otherwise noted.