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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 17. Libraries and Cultural Resources
Agency 10. Department of Historic Resources

Chapter 20. Evaluation Criteria and Procedures for Nominations of Property to the National Register or for Designation As a National Historic LandmarkRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Section 30
General provisions
Section 40
Historic significance
Section 50
Section 60
Boundaries for historic properties
Section 70
Additional criteria considerations
Section 80
Revisions to properties listed in the National Register
Section 90
Removing properties from the National Register
Section 100
Historic significance
Section 110
Section 120
Additional National Historic Landmark criteria considerations
Section 130
Written notice of proposed nominations
Section 140
Public hearing for historic district; notice of hearing
Section 150
Mailings and affidavits; concurrent state and federal notice
Section 160
Public comment period
Section 170
Requests for nominations
Section 180
Consideration by the State Review Board
Section 190
Submission of nominations to the National Park Service
Section 200
Owner objections
Section 210
Boundary changes
Section 220
Removal of property from the National Register
Section 230
FORMS (17VAC10-20)

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