The CTUIR adopted a Tribal Inheritance Code on March 6, 1999. Because of this ordinance the Tribe intends to purchase as many non-enrollee interests as it can within the bounds of the budgets that has been established for this purpose.
A Land Acquisition Program has been established and is staffed by a Land Acquisition Coordinator and the Land Project Director.
The CTUIR's Land Acquisition Committee meets twice a month on the first and third Tuesday. All land sale offers to the Tribe are presented and reviewed. If they receive favorable review and the funds are available, it is then presented to the Board of Trustees, the Tribe's governing body, for final approval via resolution.
If the acquisition is fee property, the Tribe's legal counsel reviews it and the acquisition is completed through a local title insurance company. If the acquisition is Trust property, the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs Realty Staff is involved, preparing the legal documents in accordance with C.F.R. Regulations.
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