U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Logo Exhibit 13, 342 FW 3
Use Right or Specific Interest
in Land
FWM#: 368 (New)
Date: June 17, 2001
Series: Real Property
Part 342: Realty Operations
Originating Office: Division of Realty
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You must use the following capital letters to identify the use right or the specific interest in land:
 

A     Agriculture

B     Do not use

C     Conservation Easement (do not use for a grassland easement)

D     Ditch, Canal or Culvert

E     Electrical Power Transmission Lines (see description for ET)

ET   Electrical and Telephone Combination

F     Flowage (see description for FX)

FX   Flowage and Wetland Easement (i.e., Flowage and Waterfowl Management Rights)(see descriptions for F and X)

G     Grassland Easement

GU  All Minerals (including gas and oil) (see description for U)

H     Occupancy (including building sites, buildings, fences and other similar improvements)

I      Do not use

J     Do not use

K     Do not use

L     Levee, Dike, Jetty

LS   Lease

M     Miscellaneous (for example, dock sites, pile driving, recreational area, stock driveway, right-of-passage, roadside
        park, dams, fishing, and oyster harvesting)

N     Do not use

O     Do not use

P     Pipelines (for example, gas, oil, sewer, and water pipelines)

Q     Do not use

R     Roads or Rights-of-Way

S     Do not use

T     Telephone or Telegraph

U     Underground Minerals (other than oil and gas) (see description for GU)

V     Do not use

W     Water

X     Wetland Easement (that is, Waterfowl Management Rights) (see description for FX)

XL   Land in exchange for FWS receiving title to land

XT   Timber in exchange for FWS receiving title to land

Y     Do not use

Z     Do not use



For additional information regarding this Web page, contact Krista Bibb, in the Division of Policy and Directives Management, at Krista_Bibb@fws.gov.  For information on the specific contents of this exhibit, contact the Division of Realty.
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