07 NCAC 04R .0926 COORDINATION WITH THE FEDERAL INCOME-PRODUCING HISTORIC PRESERVATION REHABILITATION PROGRAM
(a) A taxpayer is not required to apply for or pay the state fee for reviewing an income-producing rehabilitation certification request if the taxpayer is not going to utilize the state tax incentive.
(b) National Park Service certification of a property as historically significant shall be deemed to be certification of a property as historically significant by the State Historic Preservation Officer.
(c) The State Historic Preservation Officer shall certify and forward income-producing rehabilitation projects to the National Park Service for review, and National Park Service review shall constitute final certification. The National Park Service certification shall not be deemed to be project certification by the State Historic Preservation Officer.
(d) Taxpayers are cautioned that deadlines and requirements for state certifications may differ from deadlines and requirements for federal certifications.
History Note: Authority G.S. 105-129.100; 105-129.102;
Temporary Adoption Eff. January 1, 2016.