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Title 25Chapter VIIPart 1200


TITLE 25—Indians

CHAPTER VII—OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL TRUSTEE FOR AMERICAN INDIANS, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

PART 1200—AMERICAN INDIAN TRUST FUND MANAGEMENT REFORM ACT

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§1200.1
Purpose of this regulation.
§1200.2
Definitions.
§1200.3
What is the Department's policy on tribal management of trust funds?
§1200.4
May tribes exercise increased direction over their trust funds and retain the protections of Federal trust status?
§1200.5
What are the advantages and disadvantages of managing trust funds under the options in §1200.4?
§1200.6
How could a tribe receive future income directly rather than have the government continue to collect it?
§1200.7
Information collection.
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Subpart B—WITHDRAWING TRIBAL FUNDS FROM TRUST

§1200.10
Who is eligible to withdraw their tribal funds from trust?
§1200.11
What funds may be withdrawn?
§1200.12
What limitations and restrictions apply to withdrawn funds?
§1200.13
How does a tribe apply to withdraw funds?
§1200.14
What must the Tribal Management Plan contain?
§1200.15
What is the approval process for management plans?
§1200.16
What criteria will be used in evaluating the management plan?
§1200.17
What special criteria will be used to evaluate management plans for judgment or settlement funds?
§1200.18
When does the Department's trust responsibility end?
§1200.19
How can the plan be revised?
§1200.20
How can a tribe withdraw additional funds?
§1200.21
How may a tribe appeal denials under this part?
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Subpart C—RETURNING TRIBAL FUNDS TO TRUST

§1200.30
How does a tribe notify the Department if it wishes to return withdrawn funds to Federal trust status?
§1200.31
What part of withdrawn funds can be returned to trust?
§1200.32
How often can funds be returned?
§1200.33
How can funds be returned?
§1200.34
Can a tribe withdraw redeposited funds?
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Subpart D—TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

§1200.40
How will the Department provide technical assistance for tribes?
§1200.41
What types of technical assistance are available?
§1200.42
Who can provide technical assistance?
§1200.43
How can a tribe apply for technical assistance?
§1200.44
What action will the Department take on requests for technical assistance?


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