4 edition of Regulations governing the leasing of tribal lands for mining purposes. found in the catalog.
Regulations governing the leasing of tribal lands for mining purposes.
United States. Office of Indian Affairs.
|LC Classifications||HD242 .A5 1926|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||26026870|
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On and afterunallotted lands within any Indian reservation or lands owned by any tribe, group, or band of Indians under Federal jurisdiction, except those specifically excepted from the provisions of sections a to g of this title, may, with the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, be leased for mining purposes, by.
•Rule is deregulatory to encourage industry to Regulations governing the leasing of tribal lands for mining purposes. book with tribes and facilitate more leasing of Indian lands. •Rule promotes economic development. •Rule critical to successful implementation of the HEARTH Act because it provides a model for tribal leasing laws and establishes a baseline for DOI review of tribal Size: KB.
Historically, mining on and near tribal lands occurred with minimal input from tribes. Beginning inCongress passed a hodge-podge of federal laws allowing mining companies to lease minerals on tribal lands--often without tribal consent. Until the early s, Indian mineral owners were passive leaseholders with little authority.
Can Lease Tribal Land Without BIA Approval, 39 ENVTL. 20 (September ). Substantial revisions to comprehensive regulations governing the leasing of tribal and individual Indian trust lands under section were adopted by the Bureau of Indian Affairs on behalf of the Secretary ofFile Size: KB. environmental impacts of mining valuable mineral deposits on lands within their jurisdiction.
For lands within the jurisdiction of the USFS, see Title 36 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) part (A). For lands within the jurisdiction of the BLM, see Title 43 CFR. For lands within the jurisdiction of the NPS, see Title 36 CFR part 9.
Leasable MineralsFile Size: KB. The purpose of this handbook is to provide guidance to BIA staff for processing leasehold and trust land mortgages on trust or restricted land; specifically, how to review and analyze a mortgage loan request from a lender using a standardized process.
7/15/. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That sections 17 and 27 of the Act entitled “An Act to promote the mining of coal, phosphate, oil, oil shale, gas, and sodium on the public domain,” approved Febru (41 Stat.
National Party government and various bantustan leaders during the dying days of apartheid. Swathes of land in the former Lebowa were transferred to ‘tribes’ headed by members of the Lebowa cabinet. Similarly the KwaZulu Ingonyama Trust Act of transferred the trusteeship of much land in KwaZulu-Natal to the Zulu King.
Mining on federal lands, for example, Regulations governing the leasing of tribal lands for mining purposes. book generally subject to multiple layers of concurrent federal, state, and local statutes and administrative regulations.
Increasingly, the executive branch of the federal government has made use of Presidential Executive Orders to impact mining policy and procedure. The Mining Law allows for the enactment of state laws governing location and Regulations governing the leasing of tribal lands for mining purposes.
book of mining claims and sites that are consistent with federal law. The federal regulations implementing the Mining Law are found at Title 43 Regulations governing the leasing of tribal lands for mining purposes.
book the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) in. Traditional leaders in KwaZulu-Natal shifted their support from the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) to the ANC, enabling the ANC to win elections in the province for the first time.
This came at a cost to genuine land reform, entrenching rather than dismantling apartheid-era divisions over land rights and ownership. The HEARTH Act authorizes Indian tribes to lease tribal land for business and other purposes for up to 75 years (year base term with two renewal terms of 25 years each for business and agricultural leases) without review and approval by the Secretary of the Interior, acting through the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA).
Mining rights relating to fossil fuels such as coal, fertilizer minerals such as phosphate and potash, and chemical minerals such as sodium and sulphur on federal lands are acquired under the Mineral Leasing Act of This article summarizes some of the significant provisions of those laws.
42 FRProposed Rule, revises 25 CFR Parts Contracts for prospecting and mining on Indian mineral lands, Operation, reclamation and conservation of Indian mineral lands, and Oil and gas contracts, and revokes 25 CFR Parts & Laws and RegulationsThe BLM manages public lands and subsurface estate under its jurisdiction under the Federal Land Policy and Management Act or FLPMA, passed in Despite the rapidly changing environment in which we work, the BLM remains committed to its core mission mandated by FLPMA – a careful balancing of multiple use and sustained yield.
§ Leases for mining purposes of unallotted lands in Kaw Reservation § Leases of surplus lands § a. Lease of unallotted irrigable lands for farming purposes § Leases of lands held in trust § a. Lease of lands on Port Madison and Snohomish or Tulalip Indian Reservations in Washington § a–1.
Mineral leasing on tribal lands is governed by Indian Mineral Leasing Act of (52 Stat. ; 25 U.S.C. a et seq.) and the Indian Mineral Development Act of Indian Tribal Energy Development and Self Determination Act ofas amended.
Regulations for Indian Energy and Minerals can be found here: Leases and Permits 25 CFR Tribal government corporations operating under charters issued by the Secretary of the Interior under 25 U.S.C.
Section can lease tribal land for year-maximum terms without BIA approval. Leases authorized by section cannot include an option extending the year base term.
(1) Power to take portions of lease or licence for public purposes or to grant portions for mining purposes or to resume por tions denuded of valuable timber for cultivation purposes without compensation.
(2) Land for roads, railways, etc., to be reserved for lessee or licenseeover portions resumed or disposed of to others. File Size: 2MB. New Tribal Leasing Regulation and HEARTH Act of to Spur Renewable Energy Development on Tribal Lands.
Novem governmental and business purposes. The HEARTH Act grants tribes the authority to approve surface leases of tribal trust lands pursuant to tribal regulations approved by the Secretary of Interior. Although tribes. This law provided for the leasing of minerals from public lands including oil, gas, coal and other non-energy leasable minerals such as phosphates and sodium.
It requires that a royalty be paid on amounts mined and sold. Materials Act of This law provides for the disposal of mining materials on public lands, both saleable and leasable. Purpose of P.L.title XII, Sec. (Dec. 27, ) “To authorize the Navajo Nation, pursuant to tribal regulations, which must be approved by the Secretary, to lease Navajo trust lands withoutFile Size: KB.
LEASING ON INDIAN LAND Federally-Recognized Tribes can negotiate long-term leases of tribal trust and restricted lands, for business, residential, agricultural, and other purposes under 25 U.S.C.
§ (The Indian Long Term Leasing Act) and the BIA’s implementing regulations at 25 CFR Part including: •Subpart B: Agricultural Leases.
The Indian Mineral Leasing Act of (IMLA), 25 U.S.C. a et seq., and its implementing regulations authorize Indian Tribes, with the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, to lease tribal lands for mining purposes.
In a previous decision in this case, United States v. Tribal Lands Department staff members assist Tribal members, other trust land owners and Indian land users, and the Tribal government with land ownership research and recordation, purchases and exchanges, appraisals, land use planning and subdivision, road and utility easements, wills and estate planning, probates, leasing and permitting, agricultural planning and development, noxious weed.
Once the tribal leasing regulations are in force, the law provides that the United States will no longer be liable for any losses sustained by a party to a lease approved under the tribal regulations. The law also provides a mechanism for an interested party to petition the Secretary to review tribal compliance with the tribal leasing regulations.
REVISED ORDINANCE NO. 2 RESIDENTIAL LEASES Section 1. Purpose and Authority. The purpose of this ordinance is to establish a system by which the members of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan may lease Tribal Trust Land for residential purposes.
For purposes of this Ordinance, TribalFile Size: 63KB. The cooperative or unit agreement shall be subject to the regulations in this part and applicable laws governing the leasing of the Osage Mineral Estate. Any agreement between the parties in interest to terminate a unit or cooperative agreement as to all or any portion of the lands included shall be submitted to the Superintendent for his approval.
The ICLG to: Mining Laws and Regulations - South Africa covers common issues in mining laws and regulations – including the mechanics of acquisition of rights, foreign ownership and indigenous ownership requirements and restrictions, processing, beneficiation – in 28 jurisdictions.
The mineral resources sector is primarily regulated by. The Indian Mineral Leasing Act of (IMLA) provides that “[u]nallotted lands within any Indian reservation,” or otherwise under federal jurisdiction, “may, with the approval of the Secretary [of the Interior (Secretary)]be leased for mining purposes, by authority of the tribal council or other authorized spokesmen for such Indians.” 25 U.S.C.
§ a. The government of India has notified the Minerals (Transfer of Mining lease Granted otherwise than through Auction for Captive Purpose) Rules, The new regulation will not only boost mergers and acquisitions in the mining and related sectors but will unlock billions of.
for, or holds a non-competitive agricultural lease of Tribal lands. Time for filing applicati ons. Where the land is not covered by a lease, an application for a lease may be filed at any time. Where the land is covered by a lease, the application for a lease must be filed on or before April 1 of the year that the lease would expire.
Size: KB. Mineral Leasing Act for Acquired Lands of (30 U.S.C. § et seq.) - Extends the provisions of the Mineral Leasing Act and the authority of the Secretary of the Interior over oil and gas operations to federal "acquired lands." Mining and Minerals Policy Act of (30 U.S.C.
§ 21 et seq.) - An amendment to the Mineral Leasing Act, this. Surface mining 25 CFR Part _Leasing of tribal lands for mineral development. Geothermal energy Indians-lands Mineral resources Mines Oil and gas exploration Reporting and recordkeeping requirements 25 CFR Part _Leasing of allotted lands for mineral development.
Indians-lands Mineral resources Mines Oil and gas exploration. Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin - Tribal Code. Table of Contents Updated: June The tribe makes their code available online. The links below will take you to the version of the code available on the eCode contact the library if you need assistance.
Table of Contents. The General Mining Act of is a United States federal law that authorizes and governs prospecting and mining for economic minerals, such as gold, platinum, and silver, on federal public law, approved oncodified the informal system of acquiring and protecting mining claims on public land, formed by prospectors in California and Nevada from the late s through Enacted by: the 42nd United States Congress.
The federal Indian trust responsibility is a legal obligation under which the United States “has charged itself with moral obligations of the highest responsibility and trust” toward Indian tribes (Seminole Nation States, ).This obligation was first discussed by Chief Justice John Marshall in Cherokee Nation a ().
Over the years, the trust doctrine has been at the. "Unallotted land subject to lease for mining purposes for a period of ten years under section may be leased by the Secretary of the Interior, with the consent of the [Indian] council. for oil and gas mining purposes for a period of not to exceed ten years, and as much longer as oil or gas shall be found in paying.
Division of Pdf Estate Services Real Estate Services protect and maintain the integrity of trust lands and trust resources through preservation of these resources. The Pacific Regional Office provides policy direction, technical assistance, training, administrative review and monitoring in the evaluation of the Agency real property operations.12 Professional Regulations.
13 Public Safety. 14 Public Works. 15 Revenue. 16 Economic Development. 17 Transportation and Public Facilities. 18 Environmental Conservation. 19 Community And Regional Affairs. 20 Miscellaneous Boards and Commissions.
21 Ombudsman. 22 Department of Corrections. 23 Office of Victims' Rights. Under the HEARTH Act, tribes, at their ebook, may assume control over leasing tribal trust lands upon the secretary’s approval of tribal regulations that “are consistent with any.