R. 62C-17.002 Definitions
R. 62C-17.003 Incorporation by Reference of the Evaluation Methodology, Identification and Parcelization of Lands and Results of Evaluation of Parcels
R. 62C-17.0035 Eligibility of Parcels
R. 62C-17.004 Reevaluation of Parcels
R. 62C-17.005 Prioritization of Reclamation Programs
R. 62C-17.006 Minimum Size Reclamation Program
R. 62C-17.007 Duration of Reclamation Programs
R. 62C-17.008 Reclamation Standards and Criteria
R. 62C-17.0085 Acquisition Standards and Criteria
R. 62C-17.009 Applications
R. 62C-17.0093 Reclamation Contracts
R. 62C-17.0095 Reclamation Contracts Assignment
R. 62C-17.010 Reclamation Cost
R. 62C-17.011 Multiple Landowner Application
R. 62C-17.012 Inspections, Cost Reporting and Auditing
R. 62C-17.013 Reimbursement

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  • Mortgage: The written agreement pledging property to a creditor as collateral for a loan.
  • Personal property: All property that is not real property.
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