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IX. OWNERSHIP

All State Historic Preservation Offices need the names and addresses of all fee-simple property owners. This information is used to notify owners of the intended nomination of their property to the National Register and its listing. The SHPO, THPO, or FPO may ask applicants to enter this information on the nomination form, on continuation sheets, or on another form.

The preservation officer will also submit the following items with the completed National Register form:

. notarized letters of objection from property owners; and
. comments received from public officials, owners, and the general public.

For more information on the notification process, see 36 CFR 60.

 

 

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