Amend 5409 (Penalties.) by changing the descriptive section heading from Penalties.
BE IT enacted BY THE general assembly OF THE state OF delaware (Three-fifths of rabattcode all members elected to each house thereof concurring therein (1) To sponsor, engage in and direct rabattcode archaeological research in this rabattcode State and to encourage and coordinate archaeological research undertaken by any.
(g) Any expenses or buylando civil penalties collected by the Division under this section may be allocated to the Division, subject to the approval of the Department, to carry out the purposes of this chapter.
(g) Embedded means firmly affixed in the subaqueous lands such that the use of tools of excavation is required in order to move bottom sediments to gain access to a shipwreck, its cargo and any rabattcode part thereof, or rabattcode to any other archaeological resource.(e) Whoever violates or professional counsels, procures, solicits, or employs another to violate (1) any prohibition contained in this chapter, (2) any condition or limitation in a permit issued rabattcode pursuant to this chapter, or (3) any rule or regulation promulgated under this chapter professional shall, upon conviction.(n) Secretary means the Secretary of State.Amend rabattcode Subchapter II, Chapter 5, Title 29 of the Delaware Code by substituting the phrase Sites, Objects portrait and Archaeological Resources for Sites and Objects where it appears in the descriptive heading of Subchapter II and in 551 of Chapter 5; the phrase sites, objects.(d) The Division may renew a permit upon or prior to expiration, upon such terms as the applicant and the Division may mutually agree. (d) Department means the rabattcode Department of breuninger State.
Amend 8705, Title bender 29 of the Delaware Code rabattcode by berlebach striking 8705(a) in babymarkt its entirety and by substituting in lieu thereof berlebach the following: 8705.Amend Chapter 54, Title 7 of the Delaware Code by striking Subchapter.Rules, regulations, standards, and guidelines.The Division may set reasonable permit fees that approximate and reasonably reflect the costs necessary to defray the expenses of the Division for its services.(c) A rabattcode person may not possess, use, or rabattcode employ on rabattcode lands owned or controlled by the State, including berlebach subaqueous lands, tools or devices designed, modified or commonly used for the excavation, collection, salvage, recovery or removal of archaeological resources or otherwise designed or modified for.(a) Abandoned shipwreck means any shipwreck to which berlebach title has been voluntarily given up by the owner or by the owner not taking action after a wreck incident to claim title.Amend Chapter 54, Title 7 of the Delaware Code by adding thereto a new section to read: 5410.Unmarked Human Burials and Human Skeletal Remains.Unauthorized tools or devices seized from violators of subsection (c) of this badeparadies section may be ordered forfeited to the State without compensation.(c) A permit may contain any terms, conditions, or limitations bender which the Division considers necessary to achieve the intent of the chapter in the best interest of the State.Title 7 of the Delaware Code by striking 5409 bender and by substituting in lieu thereof 5407; and by striking the word subchapter at the end of 5409 and by substituting in lieu thereof the word chapter.(a) The Division may temporarily restrict or close public access to any archaeological resource and its surrounding location or context in or on State lands, including subaqueous lands, and including public beaches notwithstanding the jurisdictional provisions of 6803 of this title, whenever: (b) The Director.(f) Whoever violates or counsels, procures, solicits, or employs another person to violate (1) any prohibition contained in this chapter, (2) any condition or limitation in a permit issued pursuant to this chapter, or (3) any rule or regulation promulgated hereunder shall be assessed.
If an appellant exhausts all administrative remedies, the appellant is entitled professional to judicial review in accordance with Subchapter V of the Administrative Procedures Act.
(a) When an archaeological resource is located within the jurisdiction of another State agency, the Division shall coordinate the review and evaluation of permit applications issued pursuant to 5309 of this chapter to ensure conformance with all applicable laws and regulations.
(e) The Director may permit public access to certain shipwrecks to which the State holds title with appropriate restrictions to protect their archaeological and/or environmental values.