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Title 25Chapter IIISubchapter APart 514

TITLE 25—Indians




What is the purpose of this part?
When will the annual rates be published?
What is the maximum fee rate?
What are “assessable gross revenues” and how does a tribe calculate the amount of the annual fee it owes?
When must a tribe pay its annual fees?
What are the quarterly statements that must be submitted with the fee payments?
What should a tribe do if it changes its fiscal year?
Where should fees, quarterly statements, and other communications about fees be sent?
What happens if a tribe submits its fee payment or quarterly statement late?
When does a late payment or quarterly statement submission become a failure to pay?
Can a tribe or gaming operation appeal a proposed late fee?
When does a notice of late submission and/or a proposed late fee become a final order of the Commission and final agency action?
How are late submission fees paid, and can interest be assessed?
What happens if a tribe overpays its fees or if the Commission does not expend the full amount of fees collected in a fiscal year?
May tribes submit fingerprint cards to the NIGC for processing?
How does the Commission adopt the fingerprint processing fee?
How are fingerprint processing fees collected by the Commission?

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