Agreement Signatory

In certain situations, THE CCPA may decide that it is appropriate to provide additional advisory feedback to a company for which an agreement is reached. In this case, the CCPA shall send its observations in writing to the Agency official when performing the contract. In such circumstances, the CPHA will generally require the Agency official to ensure that all advisory parties receive feedback from the CPHA. Federal Agency: The official of the federal agency within the meaning of 36 CFR § 800.2 (a) is the person who signs the agreement on behalf of the Agency. A federal authority is not required to sign a section 106 agreement for a company if, pursuant to 36 CFR § 800.2 (a)(2), another federal agency has agreed to act on its behalf as the “Function Agency.” In that case, the lead agency shall sign the article 106 agreement on behalf of the non-lead agency in order to assume its collective responsibility towards the company. If the agencies have decided to designate an agency as the lead agency for the purposes of the Section 106 audit, THE PAA urges the agencies to provide written evidence of this agreement to the lead agency, given that the federal governing authority has the authority to compel other agencies to act. The existence of such agreements of the agency of the function must be recorded in the preamble to the agreement referred to in Article 106. If the federal authority, which is not the lead, has certain functions within the MOA or PA, it should be a guest signatory to the agreement. As a result, in early October 1908, Emperor Franz Joseph announced to the powers of the Treaty of Berlin that the attachment of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the dual monarchy had become necessary, and this decision was officially announced in an imperial rescript of October 7.

SHPO/THPO: The SHPO/THPO or its agent is usually the person who signs the agreement on behalf of the SHPO office or THPO office. When the obligation to subject an agreement takes place or relates to historic lands on tribal lands and there is no THPO designated in accordance with Section 101(d)(2) of the NHPA (54 U.S.C . . .