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e-CFR Data is current as of December 17, 2014

Title 25Chapter ISubchapter NPart 290


TITLE 25—Indians

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

SUBCHAPTER N—ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES

PART 290—TRIBAL REVENUE ALLOCATION PLANS

rule
§290.1
Purpose.
§290.2
Definitions.
§290.3
Information collection.
§290.4
What is a tribal revenue allocation plan?
§290.5
Who approves tribal revenue allocation plans?
§290.6
Who must submit a tribal revenue allocation plan?
§290.7
Must an Indian tribe have a tribal revenue allocation plan if it is not making per capita payments?
§290.8
Do Indian tribes have to make per capita payments from net gaming revenues to tribal members?
§290.9
How may an Indian tribe use net gaming revenues if it does not have an approved tribal revenue allocation plan?
§290.10
Is an Indian tribe in violation of IGRA if it makes per capita payments to its members from net gaming revenues without an approved tribal revenue allocation plan?
§290.11
May an Indian tribe distribute per capita payments from net gaming revenues derived from either Class II or Class III gaming without a tribal revenue allocation plan?
§290.12
What information must the tribal revenue allocation plan contain?
§290.13
Under what conditions may an Indian tribe distribute per capita payments?
§290.14
Who can share in a per capita payment?
§290.15
Must the Indian tribe establish trust accounts with financial institutions for minors and legal incompetents?
§290.16
Can the per capita payments of minors and legal incompetents be deposited into accounts held by BIA or OTFM?
§290.17
What documents must the Indian tribe include with the tribal revenue allocation plan?
§290.18
Where should the Indian tribe submit the tribal revenue allocation plan?
§290.19
How long will the ABO take to review and approve the tribal revenue allocation plan?
§290.20
When will the ABO disapprove a tribal revenue allocation plan?
§290.21
May an Indian tribe appeal the ABO's decision?
§290.22
How does the Indian tribe ensure compliance with its tribal revenue allocation plan?
§290.23
How does the Indian tribe resolve disputes arising from per capita payments to individual members or identified groups of members?
§290.24
Do revisions/amendments to a tribal revenue allocation plan require approval?
§290.25
What is the liability of the United States under this part?
§290.26
Are previously approved tribal revenue allocation plans, revisions, or amendments subject to review in accordance with this part?


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