Tag Archives: 25 CFR Part 162
Litigation Update on Cases Addressing the “Under Federal Jurisdiction” Requirement of the Indian Reorganization Act (Plus Other Things)
Here. Prepared for the FBA’s DC Indian Law Conference this Friday!
Washburn & Cummings: “Explaining the Modernized Leasing and Right-of-Way Regulations for Indian Lands”
Kevin Washburn & Jody Cummings have posted “Explaining the Modernized Leasing and Right-of-Way Regulations for Indian Lands.” The abstract: The Obama Administration enacted significant reforms to the regulatory rules governing federal leasing and right of way approvals across tribal lands … Continue reading →
Here is the order in Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians v. Riverside County (C.D. Cal.): 163 DCT Order Briefs here.
Download Minute Order Granting Plaintiffs Motions for Partial Summary Judgment here. Previous documents posted here.
Here is the opinion in Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians v. Riverside County (C.D. Cal.): DCT Order Briefs here.
Here is the opinion in Seminole Tribe of Florida v. Stranburg. An excerpt: Benjamin Franklin said, “[I]n this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” He was almost right. As this case illustrates, even taxes … Continue reading →
Here: Florida Opening Brief Seminole Answer Brief Reply brief TK Lower court materials here.
Live CLE Webinar: Update on State Taxation of Tribal Leased Lands: The New Leasing Regulations | February 25
This webinar explore the effect of the new Interior regulations excluding state taxes on business leases in Indian Country. The panel will describe recent changes to the regulations and chart the course of the litigation ongoing in several states over … Continue reading →
Here: Florida Opening Brief Lower court materials here.
National Intertribal Tax Alliance Amicus Materials in Agua Caliente v. Riverside County (Part 162 Leasing Regs)
From NITA: Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians v. Riverside County, et al, 5:14-cv-00007-DMG-DBT (United States District Court, Central District of California). The Aqua Caliente Tribe filed this civil action against Riverside County to stop the collection of taxes on Indian … Continue reading →