Examples of Fee lands in a sentence
Apart from remediation related to the camps that were to be removed, nearly all remediation required by the 1999 settlement agreement on the three large tracts has been completed (except for removal of two camps from the state Fee lands, certain remediation involving a Soft Maple Flow lease subdivision in Croghan and Watson, and remediation along River Road) in the Town of Waverly.
This is what we’ll be talking about in this presentation.• Allotted lands – held in trust and managed by DOI for the benefit of individual Indian owners and can be developed under agreements with DOI and allottees.• Fee lands – owned by Indians or non-Indians and not subject to the same rules and restrictions as trust or allotted lands.
Fee lands owned privately by a member of any tribe are not under the jurisdiction of the Flathead County Growth Policy.
Fee lands total 5,520.4 acres and unpatented claims total 23,849.6 acres.
The project approved by Permit 98-313 also included proposals for termination of the hunting club leases on the Fee lands after a fifteen year period (by 2014) and removal of the hunting camps within three years thereafter (by 2017).
Project 98-313 was undertaken in part, as authorized by the permit, by the conveyance of the Fee lands to the State, with the Easement lands making up the timber management parcels ultimately being conveyed in their entirety to Heartwood, while being protected by the three “working forest” Conservation Easements held by DEC.
In accordance with both (i) terms of the purchase contract for the 1999 sale of the property and (ii) the 1999 Conservation Easements, hunting and fishing cabin leases involving the Fee lands were to be terminated five years after the conveyance and the camps removed within three years after lease termination.
Again, at present there are 206 camps on the Easement lands and 2 on the Fee lands (with the two to be removed by August 17, 2011 and re-located on Easement lands) for a total of 208 existing camps.
Fee lands within the reservation boundaries owned by individual Indians.
Allotted trust lands are not taxable.• Fee lands that are generally private property like any other privately-owned lands owned by a tribal member or non-tribal member.