25 U.S. Code § 1772g - Revocation of settlement

§ 1772g.
Revocation of settlement
In the event the Settlement Agreement or any part thereof is ever invalidated—
the transfers, waivers, releases, relinquishments and any other commitments made by the State, the tribe, or the district in the Settlement Agreement shall no longer be of any force or effect;
section 1772c of this title shall be inapplicable as if such section was never enacted with respect to the lands, interests in lands, or natural resources of the tribe and its members; and
the approvals of prior transfers and the extinguishment of claims and aboriginal title of the tribe otherwise effected by section 1772c of this title shall be void ab initio.
(Pub. L. 100–228, § 9, Dec. 31, 1987, 101 Stat. 1561.)


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