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§121‑4.1.  North Carolina Register of Historic Places.

(a)        The Department ofCultural Resources may establish, expand, and maintain a North CarolinaRegister of Historic Places composed of districts, sites, buildings,structures, and objects significant in North Carolina history, architecture,archaeology, engineering, and culture.  Until such time as the North CarolinaRegister of Historic Places is established, all references to it in the GeneralStatutes and in the rules adopted pursuant to it shall be construed to meanproperties and districts in North Carolina that are listed in the NationalRegister of Historic Places.

(b)        The North CarolinaHistorical Commission shall establish criteria for properties to be included inthe State Register of Historic Places, and, within such criteria, shall providefor levels of significance as necessary and appropriate.

(c)        The North CarolinaHistorical Commission shall promulgate regulations requiring that before anyproperty or district may be included on the North Carolina Register of HistoricPlaces, the owner or owners of such property, or a majority of the owners ofthe properties within the district in the case of an historic district, shallbe given the opportunity (including a reasonable period of time) to concur in,or object to, the nomination of the property or district for such inclusion ordesignation.  If the owner or owners of any privately owned property, or amajority of the owners of such properties within the district in the case of anhistoric district, object to such inclusion or designation, such property shallnot be included on the North Carolina Register until such objection has beenwithdrawn.  The regulations under this paragraph shall include provisions tocarry out the purposes of this paragraph in the case of multiple ownership of asingle property. (1989, c. 60.)

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_121 > GS_121-4_1

§121‑4.1.  North Carolina Register of Historic Places.

(a)        The Department ofCultural Resources may establish, expand, and maintain a North CarolinaRegister of Historic Places composed of districts, sites, buildings,structures, and objects significant in North Carolina history, architecture,archaeology, engineering, and culture.  Until such time as the North CarolinaRegister of Historic Places is established, all references to it in the GeneralStatutes and in the rules adopted pursuant to it shall be construed to meanproperties and districts in North Carolina that are listed in the NationalRegister of Historic Places.

(b)        The North CarolinaHistorical Commission shall establish criteria for properties to be included inthe State Register of Historic Places, and, within such criteria, shall providefor levels of significance as necessary and appropriate.

(c)        The North CarolinaHistorical Commission shall promulgate regulations requiring that before anyproperty or district may be included on the North Carolina Register of HistoricPlaces, the owner or owners of such property, or a majority of the owners ofthe properties within the district in the case of an historic district, shallbe given the opportunity (including a reasonable period of time) to concur in,or object to, the nomination of the property or district for such inclusion ordesignation.  If the owner or owners of any privately owned property, or amajority of the owners of such properties within the district in the case of anhistoric district, object to such inclusion or designation, such property shallnot be included on the North Carolina Register until such objection has beenwithdrawn.  The regulations under this paragraph shall include provisions tocarry out the purposes of this paragraph in the case of multiple ownership of asingle property. (1989, c. 60.)


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_121 > GS_121-4_1

§121‑4.1.  North Carolina Register of Historic Places.

(a)        The Department ofCultural Resources may establish, expand, and maintain a North CarolinaRegister of Historic Places composed of districts, sites, buildings,structures, and objects significant in North Carolina history, architecture,archaeology, engineering, and culture.  Until such time as the North CarolinaRegister of Historic Places is established, all references to it in the GeneralStatutes and in the rules adopted pursuant to it shall be construed to meanproperties and districts in North Carolina that are listed in the NationalRegister of Historic Places.

(b)        The North CarolinaHistorical Commission shall establish criteria for properties to be included inthe State Register of Historic Places, and, within such criteria, shall providefor levels of significance as necessary and appropriate.

(c)        The North CarolinaHistorical Commission shall promulgate regulations requiring that before anyproperty or district may be included on the North Carolina Register of HistoricPlaces, the owner or owners of such property, or a majority of the owners ofthe properties within the district in the case of an historic district, shallbe given the opportunity (including a reasonable period of time) to concur in,or object to, the nomination of the property or district for such inclusion ordesignation.  If the owner or owners of any privately owned property, or amajority of the owners of such properties within the district in the case of anhistoric district, object to such inclusion or designation, such property shallnot be included on the North Carolina Register until such objection has beenwithdrawn.  The regulations under this paragraph shall include provisions tocarry out the purposes of this paragraph in the case of multiple ownership of asingle property. (1989, c. 60.)

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