ER REAL ESTATE HANDBOOK, REPRINT INCORPORATES CHANGE As published, subpart E bears no resemblance to the internal Engineer Regulation (ER) , Chapter 7. It is anticipated that ER ER , Planning Guidance Notebook, 22 Apr e. ER , Chapter 12, Real Estate Roles and Responsibilities for Civil Works, Cost.

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Considerable time, effort and funds can be saved if REPRs are foregone in those cases involving acquisition of property for U.

32 CFR 644.23 – Real Estate Planning Documents.

This report omits some items which appear in the usual planning report but 4055-1-12 other items particularly applicable to U. The DOD provision states a minimum requirement; however, it does not preclude the Army from securing a longer period of use.

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The Division or District Engineer will participate in negotiation of the joint-use agreement and preparation of the necessary instruments, in coordination with local Army Reserve and National Guard representatives. Simultaneously with this action, the 405-1-1 Engineer will furnish the Major Air Command with six copies of the planning report for review, approval, and subsequent transmittal to Headquarters, USAF.

Such items will be omitted from REPRs eer not applicable. Title 32 published on Nov Interested parties should submit written comments to the address shown below on or before September 18,to be considered.


Such reports need not be submitted to the Chief of Engineers except in those cases in which the major command submits a copy to Headquarters, USAF.

Simultaneously with this action, the Division Engineer will furnish the Major Air Command with two copies of the report. Where it is necessary to construct or extend streets, water, sewer, or other utility facilities to serve the selected site, a written commitment will be obtained from the municipal authorities assuring the United States that the municipality will perform such work without cost to the United States, or indicating the proportionate share of the costs the municipality will bear.

A Lease Planning Report will be submitted upon request of the Chief of Engineers or the using service.

Information will be included in the transmittal letter concerning status of environmental assessment or impact statement. Additional Documents type 405-11-12.

Certain items contained in Figure ER relate only to Department of the Air Force land acquisition programs for runways and approach zones and are not applicable to other projects.

A copy of the agreement so negotiated will be attached to each copy of the REPR prior wr its distribution for review. This commitment will be made a part of the REPR. When forwarding the REPR, a copy of the Reviewing Appraiser Comment, concerning the estimated land values assigned therein, should be included as an inclosure to the transmittal letter.

Proposed construction if any should be included. Cornell Law School Search Cornell. United States Code U. This report should contain adequate information on the items listed in the following outline but need not be limited thereto:.


In order to secure a use term more commensurate with the Government investment, joint-use agreements, at a minimum, will be set up on a year basis, with the option on the part of the Government to renew 405–12 an additional 405-1-21 period under the same terms and conditions. The report will disclose each of the ranch units comprising grazing privileges, indicating, in tabulated form, the name of each operator, acreage owned in fee, acreage of State-owned land held under lease, acreage 40-1-12 railroad land held under lease, acreage of other 405-1-21 owned land held under lease, acreage under Federal grazing permits or licenses, total acreage in ranch unit, total carrying capacity of ranch unit, and actual number of stock being carried on each ranch unit; whether project will be classified as a permanent or temporary installation ; other acquisition problems, such as mining and water rights or claims, which may be encountered; and a project map indicating project boundaries, Federal and State-owned lands, and location of mining and water rights or claims.

Department of the Air Force. See the Supplementary Information section below for additional guidance.

The Real Estate document in support of such proposed acquisitions will be a Real Estate Summary which will contain the following elements only:.

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