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Subpart A-General Provisions
102-78.5- What is the scope of this part?
102-78.10- What basic historic preservation policy governs Federal agencies?
Subpart B-Historic Preservation
102-78.15- What are historic properties?
102-78.20- Are Federal agencies required to identify historic properties?
102-78.25- What is an undertaking?
102-78.30- Who are consulting parties?
102-78.35- Are Federal agencies required to involve consulting parties in their historic preservation activities?
102-78.40- What responsibilities do Federal agencies have when an undertaking adversely affects a historic or cultural property?
102-78.45- What are Federal agencies' responsibilities concerning nomination of properties to the National Register?
102-78.50- What historic preservation services must Federal agencies provide?
102-78.55- For which properties must Federal agencies assume historic preservation responsibilities?
102-78.60- When leasing space, are Federal agencies able to give preference to space in historic properties or districts?
102-78.65- What are Federal agencies' historic preservation responsibilities when disposing of real property under their control?
102-78.70- What are an agency's historic preservation responsibilities when disposing of another Federal agency's real property?