Congressional statement of findings and purposes.
SUBCHAPTER I—FEDERAL ROYALTY MANAGEMENT AND ENFORCEMENT
Duties of Secretary.
Duties of lessees, operators, and motor vehicle transporters.
Deposit of royalty funds to Indian accounts.
Explanation of payments.
Liabilities and bonding.
Hearings and investigations.
Applicability of civil and criminal penalties to various uses of Federal or Indian lands and Outer Continental Shelf.
Royalty terms and conditions, interest, and penalties.
Adjustments and refunds.
Injunction and specific enforcement authority.
Secretarial and delegated States’ actions and limitation periods.
Alternatives for marginal properties.
SUBCHAPTER II—STATES AND INDIAN TRIBES
Application of subchapter.
Application of subchapter to leases of lands within three miles of seaward boundaries of coastal States.
State suits under Federal law.
Delegation of royalty collections and related activities.
Shared civil penalties.
SUBCHAPTER III—GENERAL PROVISIONS
Relation to other laws.
Statute of limitations.
Expanded royalty obligations.
Use of royalty-in-kind revenue by Minerals Management Service.
Fees and charges.
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