Human Remains. In the case of the discovery of human remains, Seller shall, at Seller’s sole expense and in addition to the duties set forth in this section, cause to be prepared and executed a mitigation plan acceptable to Company and to Governmental Authorities possessing jurisdiction over such matters. Seller shall also be responsible to obtain written verification that the mitigation plan has been successfully implemented.
Human Remains. A. Notification and Treatment
Human Remains. If human remains are discovered in the area of potential effect (APE) during planning or implementation of a conservation practice, all activities will cease and the Office of the State Archaeologist and the Red Lake Cultural resources Staff will be notified in accordance with the Native American Xxxxxx Protection and Repatriation Act of 1990 (NAGPRA) and in accordance with the Private Cemeteries Act (Minnesota Stat. Xxx. 307.08) and Red Lake tribal ordinances and policies.
Human Remains. (a) Should inadvertent effects to or unanticipated discoveries of human remains be made on Region 5’s lands, the County Coroner (California Health and Safety Code 7050.5(b)) or Sheriff if ex officio Coroner (Nevada Revised Statutes 259) shall be notified immediately. If the remains are determined to be Native American or if Native American (Indian) cultural items pursuant to NAGPRA are uncovered, the provisions of NAGPRA and its regulations at 43 CFR 10 and ARPA at 43 CFR 7 shall be followed on federal lands.
Human Remains. NASA WFF personnel shall make all reasonable efforts to avoid disturbing known gravesites, including those containing Native American human remains and associated funerary artifacts. NASA WFF shall treat all human remains in a manner consistent with the ACHP "Policy Statement Regarding Treatment of Burial Sites, Human Remains and Funerary Objects" (February 23, 2007; xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xxx/docslhrpolicy0207.pdf) or ACHP policy in effect at the time remains and funerary artifacts are handled.
Human Remains. The Authority shall ensure that human skeletal remains and associated funerary objects encountered during the course of actions taken as a result of this agreement shall be treated in accordance with the Regulations Governing Permits for the Archaeological Removal of Human Remains (Virginia Register 390-01-02) found in the Code of Virginia (10.1-2305, et seq., Virginia Antiquities Act). If necessary, the applicant will obtain a permit from the SHPO for the removal of human remains in accordance with the regulations stated above.
Human Remains a. Dominion shall make all reasonable efforts to avoid disturbing gravesites, including those containing Native American human remains and associated funerary artifacts. Dominion shall treat all human remains in a manner consistent with applicable Federal and state law [and to the extent such laws do not apply, the ACHP’s Policy Statement Regarding Treatment of Burial Sites, Human Remains and Funerary Objects (February 23, 2007; xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xxx/docs/hrpolicy0207.pdf)].
Human Remains. To prepare for the unlikely event that human remains are encountered during the undertaking, the NPS will implement an Inadvertent Discovery Plan as part of construction documents, which is included in Appendix C. This includes treating all human remains in a manner consistent with the ACHP’s “Policy Statement Regarding Treatment of Burial Sites, Human Remains and Funerary Objects” (February 23, 2007) or ACHP policy in effect at the time remains and funerary artifacts are handled.
Human Remains. If any human remains and/or grave-associated artifacts are encountered during data recovery, the New York District, the NJHPO, the Council, the Delaware Nation and the Delaware Tribe of Indians, shall consult to develop a treatment plan for human remains that is responsive to the Council's "Policy Statement on Human Remains" (September 27, 1988), the Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act (PL 101-601) and, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Policy Guidance Letter No. 57, (1998) Indian Sovereignty and Government-to-Government Relations With Indian Tribes.