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e-CFR Data is current as of October 22, 2014

Title 25Chapter ISubchapter NPart 291


TITLE 25—Indians

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

SUBCHAPTER N—ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES

PART 291—CLASS III GAMING PROCEDURES

rule
§291.1
Purpose and scope.
§291.2
Definitions
§291.3
When may an Indian tribe ask the Secretary to issue Class III gaming procedures?
§291.4
What must a proposal requesting Class III gaming procedures contain?
§291.5
Where must the proposal requesting Class III gaming procedures be filed?
§291.6
What must the Secretary do upon receiving a proposal?
§291.7
What must the Secretary do if it has been determined that the Indian tribe is eligible to request Class III gaming procedures?
§291.8
What must the Secretary do at the expiration of the 60-day comment period if the State has not submitted an alternative proposal?
§291.9
What must the Secretary do at the end of the 60-day comment period if the State offers an alternative proposal for Class III gaming procedures?
§291.10
What is the role of the mediator appointed by the Secretary?
§291.11
What must the Secretary do upon receiving the proposal selected by the mediator?
§291.12
Who will monitor and enforce tribal compliance with the Class III gaming procedures?
§291.13
When do Class III gaming procedures for an Indian tribe become effective?
§291.14
How can Class III gaming procedures approved by the Secretary be amended?
§291.15
How long do Class III gaming procedures remain in effect?


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