applicant, in writing, if additional information or materials are required. The office shall
not process the application until the requested information or materials are furnished by
the applicant to the satisfaction of the office.
(4) Upon receipt of a complete and adequately documented application, the office shall
review the submission to determine the eligibility of a possible historic resource for
participation in the federal or state tax credit program, or both.
(5) Within 120 days of receipt of a complete application, the office shall provide
written notification to the applicant of its determination on the application for historic
R 206.205 Certification; rehabilitation plan.
Rule 205. (1) To initiate a review of a rehabilitation plan for certification purposes, an
applicant with an approved state part 1 application shall submit a state part 2 application
to the office for the historic resource. An applicant may submit a state part 1 and 2
application simultaneously, but the office will not review the state part 2 application until
it has determined that the state part 1 applications is complete, and the property is a
qualified historic resource. If the applicant is eligible to claim only a federal tax credit,
then the applicant shall apply on a historic preservation certification application
prescribed by the National Park Service. If the applicant is eligible to claim both a federal
and state tax credit, then the applicant shall apply on a historic preservation certification
application prescribed by the National Park Service and file a state part 2 application,
remit the state fee as prescribed in R 206.209, and provide any other project information
prescribed by the office. If the applicant is eligible to claim only a state tax credit, then
the applicant shall apply on a historic preservation certification application state part 2,
remit the state fee as prescribed in R 206.209, provide any other project information
prescribed by the office, and a verification of state equalized value form, as required by
(2) The office will accept only 1 state part 2 application per property at a time. If multiple
state part 2 applications for a property are received, the first complete and properly
documented state part 2 application received by the office will be accepted and processed
for review. Any additional state part 2 applications received by the office for the same
property will be deemed invalid.
(3) Applications for projects with National Park Service part 2 approvals, work carried
out or, that were complete and returned to service before the effective date of the
legislation, will not be accepted.
(4) An applicant may file a state part 2 application that includes work already completed.
The office shall determine if the completed work is acceptable on its own and in
conjunction with the proposed work included in the state part 2 application. A state part
2 application must not include any work that was completed more than 1 year before the
date a state part 2 application was submitted to the office. If a state part 2 application
includes previously completed work, and is awarded a preapproval letter, the 8-year
period for completion of the project will be reduced to 7 years and the period to submit
the state part 3 application reduced to the earliest of the following to occur:
(a) Eight years from the date of the preapproval letter.
(b) One year after the historic resource is returned to service.
(5) A state part 2 application must include all of the following: