Tribal Governments Sample Clauses

Tribal Governments. 1.9.8. ORS 279C.530 (Payment for Medical Care and Workers' Compensation): Contractor shall promptly, as due, make payments to any person, co-partnership, association, or corporation furnishing medical, surgical, and hospital care or other needed care and attention, incident to sickness or injury, to the employees of such Contractor, of all sums which the Contractor agrees to pay for such services and all moneys and sums which the Contractor collected or deducted from the wages of employees pursuant to any law, contract, or agreement for the purpose of providing or paying for such service. All employers, including the Contractor, that employ subject workers who work under this Contract in the State of Oregon shall comply with ORS 656.017, and provide the required workers' compensation coverage, unless such employers are exempt under ORS 656.126. Contractor shall ensure that each of its Subcontractors complies with these requirements.
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Tribal Governments. There are 229 federally recognized tribes in Alaska. Most have tribal councils as their governing bodies. There are a variety of names for these councils including ‘Native council,’ ‘tribal council,’ ‘IRA council,’ ‘village council,’ and ‘traditional council.’ All of these refer to the governing body of a tribe. Tribes and Tribal Governments are distinct from ANCSA Regional and Village Corporations. Even though ANCSA places its land entitlement with the ANCSA Corporations, most tribes in Alaska own some land. Tribes have acquired land through various means including purchases, gifts, and through land transfers from ANCSA Corporations and cities. Tribally owned parcels range from small lots to large tracts transferred from ANCSA Corporations. Tribally owned land is in fee simple status and in Alaska is not considered held in Trust for jurisdictional purposes, and at this time cannot be converted into Trust status.
Tribal Governments. LADOTD will consult with the tribal governments during the planning and environmental processes of projects to assure tribal concerns regarding the preservation of environmental, scenic, cultural or historic values are addressed.
Tribal Governments. If Company qualifies as a federally recognized or acknowledged tribal government or an instrumentality thereof, then Company expressly and irrevocably provides a limited waiver of its sovereign immunity (and any defense based thereon) from any suit, action or proceeding or from any legal process (whether through service of notice, attachment prior to judgment, attachment in aid of execution, exercise of contempt powers or otherwise) brought by Elavon relative to disputes between the Elavon and Company under the Agreement in the exclusive jurisdiction set forth in Section 15.2. Without prejudice to the limited waiver of sovereign immunity provided in the Agreement, no other waiver of Company’s sovereign immunity from suit may be implied from any action or document. Company waives any requirement for Elavon to exhaust tribal court remedies that might otherwise require, as a matter of law or comity, that a dispute be heard first in the tribal court of Company. The waivers and consents described in this Section 15.16 will inure to the benefit of the parties hereto. The parties will be entitled to all available legal and equitable remedies, including the right to specific performance, money damages and injunctive or declaratory relief. The waivers of sovereign immunity and of the obligation to exhaust tribal court remedies and the consents to jurisdiction contained in this Section 15.16 are irrevocable and will survive termination of the Agreement. Company covenants that it has obtained and will maintain in effect all authorizations and consents necessary to grant the waiver of sovereign immunity and the obligations to exhaust tribal court remedies contained herein.
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Tribal Governments. There are 229 federally recognized tribes in Alaska. Most have tribal councils as their governing bodies. There is a variety of names for these councils including ‘Native council,’ ‘tribal council,’ ‘IRA council,’ ‘village council,’ and ‘traditional council.’ All of these refer to the governing body of a tribe. Tribes and Tribal Governments are distinct from ANCSA Regional and Village Corporations. Even though ANCSA places its land entitlement with the ANCSA Corporations, most tribes in Alaska own some land. Tribes have acquired land through various means including purchases, gifts, and through land transfers from ANCSA Corporations and cities. Tribally owned parcels range from small lots to large tracts transferred from ANCSA Corporations. Tribally owned lands are in fee simple status and in Alaska are not considered held in Trust for jurisdictional purposes. Under fee-to-trust regulations (25 CFR 151) Alaska Native individuals and tribal landowners have the option of asking the federal government to place their lands into federal trust status. Land transferred by an ANCSA corporation to a tribe, land transferred to a tribe by a municipality, townsite lots that were deeded to a tribe, Native Allotments, lands donated or gifted to a tribe or individual, and lands purchased by a tribe may be eligible for trust status. As of March 1, 2018, the only approved fee-to-trust land in the State is a 1-acre parcel placed into trust by the Xxxxx Tribal Association.
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Tribal Governments. See Appendix 1 for a list of Tribal Government contacts Appendix 3: Definitions & Acronyms ADNR State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources AMHTA Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority APE Area of Potential Effect Applicant PacRim Coal, LP ARPA Archeological Resources Protection Act CEQ Council on Environmental Quality XXXX Xxxx Inlet Region, Inc. XXX U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Concurring Party Party that agrees to the process set out in this PA Council Advisory Council on Historic Preservation EO Executive Order EPA U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Historic Properties District, site, building, structure or object, including landscape, that meets eligibility requirements for NRHP under 36 CFR 60.4, including properties to which a tribal government or other party attaches religious and/or cultural significance in accordance with National Register Bulletin #38. Invited Signatory Parties invited by EPA and XXX to be signatories to the PA, who may have responsibilities under the PA, and who will have the same rights with regard to seeking amendment or termination of the PA as other signatories. KPB Kenai Peninsula Borough LMU_1 Logical Mining Unit 1 Mitigation Plan Plan that addresses how the adverse effects to historic properties, including how the Ch’u’itnu Archaeological District are resolved NEPA National Environmental Policy Act NHPA National Historic Preservation Act NPDES National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System NRHP National Register of Historic Places NVT Native Village of Tyonek Landowners ADNR, KPB, CIRI, TNC and the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority NAGPRA Native American Xxxxxx Protection and Repatriation Act PA Programmatic Agreement Permittee PacRim Coal, LP POA Plan of Action PRC PacRim Coal, LP (Applicant/Permittee) Project Chuitna Coal Project ROD Record of Decision SEIS Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement SHPO State Historic Preservation Officer Signatory Party Party subject to the statutory requirements of the NHPA Section 106, and signing this PA to satisfy those statutory requirements. SME State Medical Examiner TNC Tyonek Native Corporation

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