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e-CFR Data is current as of July 30, 2014

TITLE 25—Indians

CHAPTER III—NATIONAL INDIAN GAMING COMMISSION, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

PART 518—SELF-REGULATION OF CLASS II GAMING

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§518.1
What does this part cover?
§518.2
Who will administer the self-regulation program for the Commission?
§518.3
Who is eligible to petition for a certificate of self-regulation?
§518.4
What must a tribe submit to the Commission as part of its petition?
§518.5
What criteria must a tribe meet to receive a certificate of self-regulation?
§518.6
What are the responsibilities of the Office of Self-Regulation in the certification process?
§518.7
What process will the Commission use to review and certify petitions?
§518.8
What is the hearing process?
§518.9
When will a certificate of self-regulation become effective?
§518.10
What must a self-regulating tribe provide the Commission to maintain its self-regulatory status?
§518.11
Does a tribe that holds a certificate of self-regulation have a continuing duty to advise the Commission of any additional information?
§518.12
Which investigative or enforcement powers of the Commission are inapplicable to self-regulating tribes?
§518.13
When may the Commission revoke a certificate of self-regulation?
§518.14
May a tribe request a hearing on the Commission's proposal to revoke its certificate of self-regulation?


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