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Delaware Code Title 7. Conservation § 5314. Confidentiality

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If the Director has reason to believe that disclosure of the exact location or nature of an archaeological resource would lead to vandalism, pilferage, damage, or otherwise pose a risk of harm to the resource or to the site at which the resource is located, regardless of ownership of the property, the Director may:

(1) Elect not to disclose such information to the public;

(2) Provide the public with only general information about the resource and/or its location, when notifying the public of a restriction or closure of access to a state archaeological resource under § 5307 of this title, or under provisions applicable to shipwrecks to which the State has title.

Cite this article: - Delaware Code Title 7. Conservation § 5314. Confidentiality - last updated January 01, 2022 |

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