Tribal Land definition

Tribal Land means all lands within the exterior boundaries of any land formally designated by the federal government as a Tribal reservation or land set apart by the federal government for a Tribe’s use such as pueblos and tribal trust lands but it does not include land that the Tribe acquired legal title through non-federal designation or award, unless 1) the tribe has obtained a federal public law stating that the Tribal members who reside in a particularly named area shall be considered (without any fiscal year limitation) for the purposes of the United States Housing Act of 1937 or such other federal housing law as residing on an Indian reservation or other Indian area; or 2) the tribe has acquired the land under Public Law 99-503 that provided for the replacement of certain lands within the Gila Bend Indian Reservation, the Secretary of the Interior holds such land in trust for the benefit of the tribe, and such land is deemed to be a Federal Indian Reservation for all purposes. The Project must be wholly located in the particular area stated in the federal public law to be considered to be Tribal Land.
Tribal Land means any territory within the state of Washington over which a Tribe has legal jurisdiction, including any lands held in trust for the Tribe by the federal government.
Tribal Land means all lands within the exterior boundaries of any land formally designed by the federal government as a Tribal reservation or land set apart by the federal government for a Tribe’s use such as pueblos and tribal trust lands but it does not include land that the Tribe acquired legal title through non- federal designation or award.

Examples of Tribal Land in a sentence

Section 140 Trespass and Lease Violations (8 PYTC § 4-5-140) Leases of Tribal Land shall require the Lessee to provide the Tribe with such documentation of any trespass or any other violation of the lease as the Tribe may request enable the Tribal Council to determine the appropriate remedy for trespass or lease violation including but not limited to, cancellation or termination of the lease.

Section 130 Payment (8 PYTC § 4-5-130) (A) For any Lease of Tribal Land requiring payments to be made to the Tribe, the Lessee shall provide the Tribe with such documentation of the lease payments as the Tribe may request to enable the Tribal Council to enforce the Lease provisions with respect to the Premises.

The Business Site Leasing Ordinance shall apply to Leases providing for the possession or use of any Tribal Land for business or commercial use.


More Definitions of Tribal Land

Tribal Land means land in Wisconsin designated reservation land or trust land held by the U.S. government for the benefit of a specific tribe or member of that tribe. A Native American’s tribal land is the reservation or trust land of the tribe of which he or she is an enrolled member.
Tribal Land means Tribal fee land and Tribal trust land.
Tribal Land means land or any in- terest therein, title to which is held by the United States in trust for a tribe, or title to which is held by any tribe subject to Federal restrictions against alienation or encumbrance, and in- cludes such land reserved for Indian Bureau administrative purposes. The term also includes lands held by the United States in trust for an Indian corporation chartered under section 17 of the Act of June 18, 1934 (48 Stat. 988; 25 U.S.C. 477).
Tribal Land means all lands, including, but not limited to, mineral interests and rights-of-way, within the exterior boundaries of any federal Indian reservation, notwithstanding the issuance of any patent, including mineral interests held in trust for or supervised by any Indian tribe.
Tribal Land means all lands now held or hereafter acquired by or for the Band, or held in trust for the Band by the United States. For purposes of this definition, the term “Band” includes any wholly owned instrumentalities of the Band, including the Enterprise.
Tribal Land means land in which the Tribe has legal interest, including, but not limited to, land held in trust by the United States for the benefit of the Tribe or jointly for the benefit of the Tribe and others and fee simple land owned, wholly or in part, by the Tribe.
Tribal Land means any land held in fee or trust status by the Nation within the reservation.