25 CFR Part 1000, Subpart M - Reassumption
- § 1000.300 What is the purpose of this subpart?
- § 1000.301 When may the Secretary reassume a Federal program operated by a Tribe/Consortium under an AFA?
- § 1000.302 “What is imminent jeopardy” to a trust asset?
- § 1000.303 What is imminent jeopardy to natural resources?
- § 1000.304 What is imminent jeopardy to public health and safety?
- § 1000.305 In an imminent jeopardy situation, what must the Secretary do?
- § 1000.306 Must the Secretary always reassume a program, upon a finding of imminent jeopardy?
- § 1000.307 What happens if the Secretary's designated representative determines that the Tribe/Consortium cannot mitigate the conditions within 60 days?
- § 1000.308 What will the notice of reassumption include?
- § 1000.309 How much time will a Tribe/Consortium have to respond to a notice of imminent jeopardy?
- § 1000.310 What information must the Tribe's/Consortium's response contain?
- § 1000.311 How will the Secretary reply to the Tribe's/Consortium's response?
- § 1000.312 What happens if the Secretary accepts the Tribe's/Consortium's proposed measures?
- § 1000.313 What happens if the Secretary does not accept the Tribe's/Consortium's proposed measures?
- § 1000.314 What must a Tribe/Consortium do when a program is reassumed?
- § 1000.315 When must the Tribe/Consortium return funds to the Department?
- § 1000.316 May the Tribe/Consortium be reimbursed for actual and reasonable “wind up costs” incurred after the effective date of retrocession?
- § 1000.317 Is a Tribe's/Consortium's general right to negotiate an AFA adversely affected by a reassumption action?
- § 1000.318 When will the Secretary return management of a reassumed program?
Title 25 published on 2015-11-23.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 25 CFR Part 1000.