RAPID/Roadmap/3-NC-b

From Open Energy Information

< RAPID‎ | Roadmap

RAPIDRegulatory and Permitting Information Desktop Toolkit
My Projects

North Carolina State Land Right-of-Way (3-NC-b)

Information current as of 2018
In North Carolina, a developer may need a State Land Right-of-Way from the North Carolina Department of Administration. The North Carolina Department of Administration has the authority to grant right-of-way’s over state land. N.C. Gen. Stat. Ann. §146-11 (1959).


State Land Right-of-Way Process

3-NC-b.1 to 3-NC-b.2 — Will the Project be Located On, Over, or Under State Land?

In North Carolina, a developer may need a state land right-of-way from the North Carolina Department of Administration to construct any facilities on, over or under state land. N.C. Gen. Stat. Ann. §146-11 (1959).

3-NC-b.3 — State Land Right-of-Way Application

The developer must submit a State Land Right-of-Way Application (Application) to the North Carolina Department of Administration. N.C. Gen. Stat. Ann. §146-11 (1959).

3-NC-b.4 to 3-NC-b.5 — Review Application Materials for Completeness

The North Carolina Department of Administration must review the Application materials for administrative and technical completeness.

3-NC-b.6 to 3-NC-b.7 — Review Application Materials for Approval

The North Carolina Department of Administration must review the Application materials for approval.

3-NC-b.8 — State Land Right-of-Way

The developer must comply with any restrictions and conditions on the right-of-way.

3-NC-b.9 — Appeal Decision (Optional)

Any aggrieved party may appeal a final decision to the judicial court with jurisdiction. N.C. Gen. Stat. Ann. §150B (1973).


Add to Project

Contact Information









Edit North Carolina Department of Administration
Secretary's Office 919-733-9571 communicationsabbazabbaoffice@doaabbazabbancabbazabbagov