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TITLE 25—Indians

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

SUBCHAPTER C—PROBATE

PART 18—TRIBAL PROBATE CODES

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§18.1
What is the purpose of this part?
§18.2
What definitions do I need to know?
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Subpart B—APPROVAL OF TRIBAL PROBATE CODES

§18.101
May a tribe create and adopt its own tribal probate code?
§18.102
When must a tribe submit its tribal probate code to the Department for approval?
§18.103
Which provisions within a tribal probate code require the Department's approval?
§18.104
May a tribe include provisions in its tribal probate code regarding the distribution and descent of trust personalty?
§18.105
How does a tribe request approval for a tribal probate code?
§18.106
What will the Department consider in the approval process?
§18.107
When will the Department approve or disapprove a tribal probate code?
§18.108
What happens if the Department approves the tribal probate code?
§18.109
How will a tribe be notified of the disapproval of a tribal probate code?
§18.110
When will a tribal probate code become effective?
§18.111
What will happen if a tribe repeals its probate code?
§18.112
May a tribe appeal the approval or disapproval of a probate code?
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Subpart C—APPROVAL OF TRIBAL PROBATE CODE AMENDMENTS

§18.201
May a tribe amend a tribal probate code?
§18.202
How does a tribe request approval for a tribal probate code amendment?
§18.203
Which probate code amendments require approval?
§18.204
When will the Department approve an amendment?
§18.205
What happens if the Department approves the amendment?
§18.206
How will a tribe be notified of the disapproval of an amendment?
§18.207
When do amendments to a tribal probate code become effective?
§18.208
May a tribe appeal an approval or disapproval of a probate code amendment?
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Subpart D—APPROVAL OF SINGLE HEIR RULE

§18.301
May a tribe create and adopt a single heir rule without adopting a tribal probate code?
§18.302
How does the tribe request approval for the single heir rule?
§18.303
When will the Department approve or disapprove a single heir rule?
§18.304
What happens if the Department approves the single heir rule?
§18.305
How will a tribe be notified of the disapproval of a single heir rule?
§18.306
When does the single heir rule become effective?
§18.307
May a tribe appeal approval or disapproval of a single heir rule?
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Subpart E—INFORMATION AND RECORDS

§18.401
How does the Paperwork Reduction Act affect this part?


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