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Title 25Chapter ISubchapter HPart 161


TITLE 25—Indians

CHAPTER I—BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER H—LAND AND WATER

PART 161—NAVAJO PARTITIONED LANDS GRAZING PERMITS

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Subpart A—DEFINITIONS, AUTHORITY, PURPOSE, AND SCOPE

§161.1
What definitions do I need to know?
§161.2
What are the Secretary's authorities under this part?
§161.3
What is the purpose of this part?
§161.4
To what lands does this part apply?
§161.5
Can BIA waive the application of this part?
§161.6
Are there any other restrictions on information given to BIA?
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Subpart B—TRIBAL POLICIES AND LAWS PERTAINING TO PERMITS

§161.100
Do tribal laws apply to grazing permits?
§161.101
How will tribal laws be enforced on the Navajo Partitioned Lands?
§161.102
What notifications are required that tribal laws apply to grazing permits on the Navajo Partitioned Lands?
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Subpart C—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§161.200
Is an Indian agricultural resource management plan required?
§161.201
Is environmental compliance required?
§161.202
How are range units established?
§161.203
Are range management plans required?
§161.204
How are carrying capacities and stocking rates established?
§161.205
How are range improvements treated?
§161.206
What must a permittee do to protect livestock from exposure to disease?
§161.207
What livestock are authorized to graze?
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Subpart D—PERMIT REQUIREMENTS

§161.300
When is a permit needed to authorize grazing use?
§161.301
What will a grazing permit contain?
§161.302
What restrictions are placed on grazing permits?
§161.303
How long is a permit valid?
§161.304
Must a permit be recorded?
§161.305
When is a decision by BIA regarding a permit effective?
§161.306
When are permits effective?
§161.307
When may a permittee commence grazing on Navajo Partitioned Land?
§161.308
Must a permittee comply with standards of conduct if granted a permit?
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Subpart E—REISSUANCE OF GRAZING PERMITS

§161.400
What are the criteria for reissuing grazing permits?
§161.401
Will new permits be granted after the initial reissuance of permits?
§161.402
What are the procedures for reissuing permits?
§161.403
How are grazing permits allocated within each range unit?
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Subpart F—MODIFYING A PERMIT

§161.500
May permits be transferred, assigned or modified?
§161.501
When will a permit modification be effective?
§161.502
Will a special land use require permit modification?
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Subpart G—PERMIT VIOLATIONS

§161.600
What permit violations are addressed by this subpart?
§161.601
How will BIA monitor permit compliance?
§161.602
Will my permit be canceled for non-use?
§161.603
Can mediation be used in the event of a permit violation or dispute?
§161.604
What happens if a permit violation occurs?
§161.605
What will a written notice of a permit violation contain?
§161.606
What will BIA do if the permittee doesn't cure a violation on time?
§161.607
What appeal bond provisions apply to permit cancellation decisions?
§161.608
When will a permit cancellation be effective?
§161.609
Can BIA take emergency action if the rangeland is threatened?
§161.610
What will BIA do if livestock is not removed when a permit expires or is cancelled?
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Subpart H—TRESPASS

§161.700
What is trespass?
§161.701
What is BIA's trespass policy?
§161.702
Who will enforce this subpart?

Notification

§161.703
How are trespassers notified of a trespass determination?
§161.704
What can a permittee do if they receive a trespass notice?
§161.705
How long will a written trespass notice remain in effect?

Actions

§161.706
What actions does BIA take against trespassers?
§161.707
When will BIA impound unauthorized livestock or other property?
§161.708
How are trespassers notified of impoundments?
§161.709
What happens after unauthorized livestock or other property are impounded?
§161.710
How can impounded livestock or other property be redeemed?
§161.711
How will BIA sell impounded livestock or other property?

Penalties, Damages, and Costs

§161.712
What are the penalties, damages, and costs payable by trespassers?
§161.713
How will BIA determine the amount of damages to Navajo Partitioned Lands?
§161.714
How will BIA determine the costs associated with enforcement of the trespass?
§161.715
What will BIA do if a trespasser fails to pay penalties, damages and costs?
§161.716
How are the proceeds from trespass distributed?
§161.717
What happens if BIA does not collect enough money to satisfy the penalty?
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Subpart I—CONCURRENCE/APPEALS/AMENDMENTS

§161.800
How does the Navajo Nation provide concurrence to BIA?
§161.801
May decisions under this part be appealed?
§161.802
How will the Navajo Nation recommend amendments to this part?


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