Federal Indian Relations – Its impact on Realty
Course Objective: Upon completion of this course, participant will have an understanding of various periods of American History and how the United States government dealt with tribes and how these actions impact realty today. For example, the Right of Way statute is a termination era statute. The statute is outdated and needs to be changed.
Will we learn from history? We will discuss the various policy periods and how they impact realty today. For example, the Right of Way Statute is a Termination era statute. There are negative implications due to the mindset in Congress at the time. We will discuss the need for a new statute.
Indian Tribe – Federal Recognition Indian Country - Defined in Criminal Statutes
Indian Land Titles Trust Responsibility
Indian Treaties Federal Power over Indian Affairs - Source of Federal Power
Bureau of Indian Affairs – It’s Role
Source and Limits of Tribal Power
State Powers over Indian Affairs
Public Law 83-280