A governing body of a tribe, in its sole discretion and without the approval of the Chairman, may adopt an ordinance or resolution revoking any prior ordinance or resolution that authorizes class III gaming.
(a) A tribe shall submit to the Chairman on 8 1/2 ″×11″ paper one copy of any revocation ordinance or resolution certified as authentic by an authorized tribal official.
(b) The Chairman shall publish such ordinance or resolution in the Federal Register and the revocation provided by such ordinance or resolution shall take effect on the date of such publication.
(c) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, any person or entity operating a class III gaming operation on the date of publication in the Federal Register under paragraph (b) of this section may, during a one-year period beginning on the date of publication, continue to operate such operation in conformance with a tribal-state compact.
(d) A revocation shall not affect—
(1) Any civil action that arises during the one-year period following publication of the revocation; or
(2) Any crime that is committed during the one-year period following publication of the revocation.
Title 25 published on 2011-04-01
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