Title 50, Chapter 8, Section 192
(a) Upon submission of a project after approval by the local government or governments, the Department of Community Affairs shall determine whether the project meets the criteria set out in Code Section 50-8-191 for designation as a REAP and complies with any rules and regulations promulgated by the Department of Community Affairs to implement this article. If the project meets such criteria and complies with such rules, the commissioner shall issue a certification of compliance. If the project does not meet such criteria and comply with such rules, the commissioner shall issue a notice of noncompliance.
(b) Each certification of compliance shall include a summary of the
project's expected economic benefits for the short term and the long
term and any recommendations for adjustment of the project based
upon local land use and comprehensive plans and infrastructure
(c) Each notice of noncompliance shall include a list of
deficiencies of the project. A developer of a project which has
received a notice of noncompliance may resubmit an initial
application for designation as a REAP to the local government or
governments involved; such a resubmitted application shall include a
copy of the notice of noncompliance and a detailed explanation of
the project modifications designed to remedy the deficiencies.