United States Code
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Not later than 90 days after
Proposed regulations to implement this subchapter shall be published in the Federal Register not later than 21 months after
The authority to promulgate regulations under paragraph (1) shall expire on the date that is 30 months after
A negotiated rulemaking committee established pursuant to section 565 of title 5 to carry out this section shall have as its members only representatives of the Federal Government and Tribal government.
Among the Federal representatives described in paragraph (1), the Office of Self-Governance shall be the lead agency for the Department.
The Secretary shall adapt the negotiated rulemaking procedures to the unique context of self-governance and the government-to-government relationship between the United States and Indian Tribes.
The Secretary may repeal any regulation that is inconsistent with this chapter.
Subject to section 101(a) of the PROGRESS for Indian Tribes Act and except with respect to programs described under section 5363(c) of this title, this subchapter shall supersede any conflicting provision of law (including any conflicting regulations).
The lack of promulgated regulations on an issue shall not limit the effect or implementation of this subchapter.