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Rule Title: DETERMINATION WHETHER FEE REQUIRED
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Department: LIVESTOCK, DEPARTMENT OF
Chapter: OVERALL DEPARTMENT RULES
Subchapter: Fees For Environmental Impact Statements
 
Latest version of the adopted rule presented in Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM):

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32.2.301    DETERMINATION WHETHER FEE REQUIRED

(1) When an application for a lease, permit, contract, license or certificate is expected to result in the department incurring expenses in excess of $2,500 to compile an environmental impact statement, the applicant must be required to pay a fee in an amount which the department reasonably estimates, as set forth in this sub-chapter, will be expended to gather information and data necessary to compile an EIS.

(2) The department will determine within 30 days after a completed application is filed whether it will be necessary to compile an environmental impact statement and assess a fee as prescribed by this rule. If it is determined that an environmental impact statement is necessary, the department must make a preliminary estimate of the costs to compile the statement. This estimate will include a summary of the data and information needs and the itemized cost of acquiring the data and information, including salaries, equipment costs and any other expense associated with the collection of data and information for the EIS.

History: Secs. 75-1-202, 75-1-204 MCA; IMP, Sec. 75-1-202 MCA; NEW; Eff. 6/5/76.


 

 
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