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Section 26a of the TVA Act

Section 26a Permit Expiration

A Section 26a permit expires unless the applicant initiates construction within eighteen (18) months after the date of issuance (§ 1304.9).  If a permit expires, the applicant may reapply. TVA will charge the standard application fee in effect at the time the applicant re-applies and will determine the level of review required before issuing a new permit.   TVA may decide not to issue a new permit, or may issue a permit with terms and conditions different than those contained in the previous permit.

Note: Site specific conditions may impact the review and approval of your application. Applying does not guarantee approval. Contact your local regional watershed office for more information and clarification.

 

Quick Index to Regulations

Summary

Subpart A: Procedures for Approval

Subpart B: Nonnavigable Houseboats

Subpart C: TVA Residential Shoreland

Subpart D: Flowage Easement Shoreland

Subpart E: Miscellaneous

Definitions

 

Main Index

 

Index to additional guidance for implementing TVA's Section 26a Regulations

 

           
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