18 NCAC 08 .0803             POINT SYSTEM

Within each category in Rule .0802 of this Section, priority points will be assigned in the amounts indicated in this Rule for the following factors:

(1)           Comprehensive long range county plan for modernization of land records (maximum ‑‑ 15 points);

(2)           Establishment of an office of land records manager (maximum ‑‑ 15 points);

(3)           Quality and detail of project description (maximum ‑‑ 10 points);

(4)           Fiscal responsibility of the applicant (maximum ‑‑ 30 points):

(a)           adequate current appropriations provided (maximum ‑‑ 15 points);

(b)           bond issue or other financing provided (maximum ‑‑ 15 points);

(c)           budgetary appropriations for continuation and maintenance of land records system provided (maximum ‑‑ 15 points);

(5)           Status of Program. Points will be assigned in the following categories for completion of the tasks indicated according to specifications available from the Division (maximum ‑‑ 30 points):

(a)           Aerial photography (maximum ‑‑ five points);

(b)           Base maps (maximum ‑‑ five points);

(c)           Cadastral maps (maximum ‑‑ five points);

(d)           Parcel Identifiers. For each of the offices listed below which utilize assigned parcel identifiers, points will be awarded as follows: three points for each of the first two offices and one point for each additional office (maximum ‑‑ 10 points):

(i)            register of deeds,

(ii)           tax supervisor,

(iii)          clerk of court,

(iv)          county planner,

(v)           building inspector, and

(vi)          other identified;

(e)           Automated system implemented (maximum ‑‑ five points);

(f)            One point shall be awarded if applicant has not received prior funding under this program;

(g)           Administrative Discretion. Points may be awarded at the discretion of the secretary of the department for favorable circumstances not covered by the criteria in other parts of this Rule (maximum ‑‑ five points).


History Note:        Authority G.S. 102‑15; 102‑17; 147‑54.3;

Eff. February 27, 1979;

Transferred from T01.21 effective August 25, 1986;

Amended Eff. November 1, 1994; April 1, 1990; April 1, 1988;

Pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A, rule is necessary without substantive public interest Eff. September 23, 2017.