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Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi - Tribal Code

Table of Contents updated: 2011

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Table of Contents

Title I – Government Operations

Chapter 01: Title I-01. Tribal Council ByLaws -- Article 1. Purpose -- Article 2. Tribal Council Seats -- Article 3. Election of Tribal Committee's -- Article 4. Duties of Offices -- Article 5. Duties and Responsibilities of Tribal Council Members -- Article 6. Meetings -- Article 7. Powers -- Article 8. Compensation -- Article 9. Removal from Office -- Article 10. Substantial Compliance -- Article 11. Repeal and Precendence -- Article 12. Severability -- Article 13. Amendment.

Chapter 02: Title I-02 Government Records and Public Access to Government Records Code

Title II – Membership

Chapter 01: Title II-01. Membership Ordinance -- Section 1. Authority -- Section 2. Enrollment Eligibility -- Section 3. Dual Enrollment or Member of Another Tribe -- Section 4. Appointments of Enrollment Committee -- Section 5. Enrollment Ordinance -- Section 6. Applications for Enrollment -- Section 7. Processing the Application -- Section 8. Records -- Section 9. Loss of Membership -- Section 10. Tribal Court.

Chapter 02: Title II-02 Bereavement Benefit Program

Title III – Elections

Chapter 01: Title III-01. Election Code -- Section 1. Title and Purpose (1-1. Title. 1-2. Purpose). -- Section 2. Elicible Voters and Candidates (2-1. Eligible Voters. 2-2. Candidates. 2-3. Certificate of Candidacy.). -- Section 3. Election Board (3-1. Appointment and Term. 3-2. Officers and Duties. 3-3. Board Duties. 3-4. Election Oath). -- Section 4. Notice of Regular and Special Elections (4-1. Initial Notice of Election. 4-2. Final Notice of Election). -- Section 5. Ballots (5-1. Ballots. 5-2. Casting Ballots. 5-3. Spoiled Ballots. 5-4. Absentee Ballots. 5-5. Delivery of Absentee Ballots. 5-6. Cut-off Date for Return of Absentee Ballots. 5-7. Record of Absentee Ballots. 5-8. Absentee Voter who seeks to vote in person. 5-9. Handling absentee ballots. 5-10. Counting of absentee ballots. 5-11. Counting ballots. 5-12. Retention of ballots). -- Section 6. Polling Places, Times and Regulations (6-1. Polling places and times. 6-2. Polling regulations). -- Section 7. Election to Office (7-1. Election to office). -- Section 8. Certifying the Vote (8-1. Certifying the vote). -- Section 9. Election Challenges (9-1. Election Challenges. 9-2. Decision. 9-3. Impartiality. 9-4. Finality. 9-5. Upheld Challenge). -- Section 10. Referendums (10-1. Referendums. 10-2. Petition. 10-3. Rererendum procedures. 10-4. Impact to referendum).

Title IV – Economic Development

Chapter 01: Title IV-01. Secured Transactions Ordinance -- Section 1. Title and Purpose -- Section 2. Definitions -- Section 3. Scope -- Section 4. Laws applicable to security interests -- Section 5. Amendment. Section 6. Effective date and repealer -- Section 7. No waiver of immunity.

Chapter 02: Title IV-02. NPBP Limited Liability Company Code -- Chapter 1. General Provisions (1-1. Short title. 1-2. Authority, purposes; sovereign immunity. 1-3. Scope. 1-4. Applicable law. 1-5. Definitions. 1-6. Name. 1-7. Registered office and registered agent. 1-8. Band as owner. 1-9. Nature of business. 1-10. Execution of documents. 1.11. Filing. 1.12. Certificate of status. 1.13. Execution by judicial act. 1.14. Interstate application). -- Chapter 2. Operating Agreement and Dealing with LLC (2-1. Articles of organization. 2-2. Agency power of owners and managers. 2-3. Admissions of owners and managers. 2-4. Knowledge of or notice to owner or manager. 2-5. Liability of owners to third parties. 2-6. Parties to action. 2-7. Authority to sue). -- Chapter 3. Owners and Managers (3-1. Management. 3-2. Duties. 3-3. Limitation of liability and indemnification. 3-4. Voting. 3-5. Records and information. 3-6. Admission of owners. 3-7. Dissociation). -- Chapter 4. Finance (4-1. Contributions. 4-2. Liability for contribution. 4-3. Allocation of profits and losses). -- Chapter 5. Non-liquidating distributions (5-1. Interim distributions. 5-2. Allocation of distributions. 5-3. Distribution upon partial redemption. 5-4. Distribution upon dissociation. 5-5. Distribution in kind. 5-6. Right of distribution. 5-7. Limitations of distributions. 5-8. Liability for wrongful distribution). -- Chapter 6. Ownership and Transfer of Property (6-1. Ownership of LLC property. 6-2. Transfer of property. 6-3. Nature of interest. 6-4. Assignment of LLC interest. 6-5. Rights of judgement creditor. 6-6. Right of assignee to become an owner. 6-7. Powers of legal representative). -- Chapter 7. Dissolution (7-1. Dissolution. 7-2. Judicial dissolution. 7-3. Winding up. 7-4. Distribution of assets. 7-5. Articles of dissolution. 7-6. Known claims against dissolved LLC. 7-7. Unknown or contingent claims). -- Chapter 8. Merger (8-1. Definitions. 8-2. Merger. 8-3. Approval of merger. 8-4. Plan of merger. 8-5. Articles of merger. 8-6. Effects of merger. 8-7. Right to object). -- Chapter 9. Limited Liability Companies Wholly Owned by the Band (9-1. General provisions for tribally-owned LLC's. 9-2. Special formation requirements for tribally-owned LLC's. 9-3. Management of tribally owned LLC's. 9-4. Decisions and voting for tribally-owned LLC's. 9-5. Distributions for tribally-owned LLC's. 9-6. Additional reports and audits. 9-7. Actions against tribally-owned LLC's). -- Chapter 10. Effective Date and Authority. (10-1. Severability; effect of invalidity of part of this code. 10-2. Effective date. 10-3. Authority. 10-4. No impairment of contracts. 10-5. Fees for filing documents and issuing certificates. 10-6. Certificates and certified copies to be received into evidence. 10-7. Forms to be furnished by the tribal council secretary).

Title V – Employment

Chapter 01: Title V-01. Indian Preference in Employment Code -- Article 1. General Provisions (1-1. Title. 1-2. Purpose. 1-3. Severability). -- Article 2. Definitions (2-1. Definitions). -- Article 3. Implementation of Indian Preference in Employment (3-1. Indian preference in employment - general. 3-2. Preferences granted. 3-3. Application of code. 3-4. Job discriptions). -- Article 4. Procedures for Claims Alleging Violations of this Code (4-1. Exhaustion of administrative remedies required. 4-2. Actions filed by complainants. 4-3. Statute of limitations. 4-4. Remedies. 4-5. Attorneys' fees and costs. 406. Waiver of sovereign immunity. 407. Enforcement actions by tribe_. -- Article 5. Reporting and Certification of Compliance (5-1. Reporting. 5-2. Certifications).

Chapter 02: Title V-02. Fair Tribal Employment Practices Code -- Article 1. Title; Declaration of Policy; Purpose (1-1. Title. 1-2. Declaration and policy. 1-3. Purposes). -- Article 2. Definitions (2-1. Definitions). -- Article 3. Unlawful Discrimination (3-1. Unlawful employment discrimination prohibited; general rule. 3-2. Unlawful discrimination against qualified individual with a disability. 3-3. Unlawful employment discrimination on the basis of pregnancy. 3-4. Unlawful employment discrimination by imposing a mandatory retirement age. 3-5. Unlawful employment discrimination by imposing a mandatory retirement age. 3-6. Unlawful Employment discrimination against "whistleblowers." 3-7. Proof of unlawful discrimination. 3-8. Actions not constituting unlawful employment discrimination). -- Article 4. Procedures of claims alleging violations of the code (4-1. Exhaustion of administrative remedies required. 4-2. Actions filed by complainants. 4-3. Statute of limitation. 4-4. Remedies. 4-5. Attorneys' fees and costs. 4-6. Waiver of sovereign immunity. 4-7. Persuasive authority). -- Article 5. Policy and Training Requirement - Addressing Unlawful ... Discrimination and Sexual Harassment (5-1. Employer responsibilities). -- Article 6. Employment Leave. (6-1. Family medical leave protection. 6-2. Employmee benefits protection. 6-3. Effect on existing employee benefits. 6-4. Prohibited acts. 6-5. Judicial enforcement. 6-6. Waiver of sovereign immunity). -- Article 7. Employment Leave for Members of Armed Forces or Reserve Components of Armed Forces -- Article 8. Employment Leave for Victims of Violence (8-1. Required leave. 8-2. Definitions. 8-3. Exceptions. 8-4. Confidentiality. 8-5. Judicial enforcement. 8-6. Waiver of sovereign immunity). -- Article 9. Miscellaneous Employment Laws (9-1. Employee wages and hours. 9-2. Occupational health and safety standards). -- Article 10. Employment of Minors [Reserved] -- Article 11. Workers Compensation [Reserved] -- Article 12. Unemployment Insurance [Reserved].

Chapter 03: Title V-03. Labor Relations Code -- Preamble -- Article 1. Authority -- Article 2. Purpose -- Article 3. Labor Relations Policy -- Article 4. Definitions -- Article 5. Time Calculations -- Article 6. Freedom of Choice Guaranteed -- Article 7. Strikes Affecting the Governmental Operations and/or Operations of the Tribe Prohibited -- Article 8. Lock Outs Prohibited -- Article 9. Licensing and Registration of Labor Organizations -- Article 10. Union Elections -- Article 11. Duty to Bargain in Good Faith -- Article 12. Unfair Labor Practices -- Article 13. Resolution of Unfair Labor Practice Charges -- Article 14. Resolution of Bargaining Impasse -- Article 15. Duration of Collective Bargaining Agreements for Tribal Employees -- Article 16. Decertification of Exclusive Representative -- Article 17. Matters Not Subject to Collective Bargaining -- Article 18. Conflicts Between Collective Bargaining Agreements and Personnel Policies -- Article 19. Enforcement.

Chapter 04: Title V-04 Indian Preference in Contracting Code

Title VI – Environment

Chapter 01: Title VI-01. Hunting and Trapping Code -- Article 1. General Provisions (1-1. Title. 1-2. Purpose. 1-3. Severability. 1-4. Effective Date. 1-5. Interpretation. 1-6. Non-Liability; Sovereign Immunity Preserved). -- Article 2. Definitions (2-1. Definitions). -- Article 3. Hunting and Trapping Regulations (3-1. Adoption of 2009 Michigan Hunting and Trapping Guide. 3-2. License and Permit Required. 3-3. Regulations applicable to hunting/trapping on tribal lands. 3-4. Designation of hunting units on tribal lands. 3-5. Revocation of hunting and trapping privileges. 3-6. Prohibited conduct; violations. 3-7. Enforcement and penalties).

Chapter 02: Title VI-02. Sediment Control Ordinance -- Section 1. Introduction/Purpose -- Section 2. Definitions -- Section 3. Permits -- Section 4. Erosion and Sediment Control Plan -- Section 5. Review and Approval -- [Section 6. Missing] -- Section 7. Inspection -- Section 8. Enforcement -- Section 9. Separability -- Section 10. Effective Date.

Chapter 03: Title VI-03. Solid Waste Disposal Ordinance -- Section 1. Introduction/Purpose -- Section 2. Definitions -- Section 3. Applicability -- Section 4. Solid Waste Disposal -- Solid Waste Recycling and Reduction -- Section 6. Solid Waste Collection Transport -- Section 7. Enforcement -- Section 8. Administration -- Section 9. Limitations -- Section 10. Severability and Non Liability -- Section 11. Effective Date.

Title VII – Family

Chapter 01: Title VII-01. Elderly Protection Code -- (1-1. Purpose. 1-2. Definitions -- Chapter 2. Investigation and Provisions of Progective Services (2-1. EPT Investigation. 2-2. Provision of Protective Services. 2-3. Consent to Protective Services. 2-4. Reports to the Tribal Prosecutor). -- Chapter 3. Petition for Protective Services (3-1. Petition to Court for Emergency Protective Services. 3-2. [missing]. 3-3. Rights to the Elderly Person. 3-4.Hearing - Determination by the Court. 3-5. Elder Protection Order. 3-6. Duration of the Elderly Protection Order). -- Chapter 4. Recordkeeping and Access to Records (4-1. EPT Records. 4-2. Confidentiality).

Chapter 02: Title VII-02 Guardianship and Conservatorship Code

Chapter 03: Title VII-03 Juvenile Justice Code

Title VIII – Judiciary; Law and Order

Chapter 01: Title VIII-01. Foreign Judgments [Resolution No. 05-01-08-04].

Chapter 02: Title VIII-02. Implementing Procedures (FDA Financing) [Resolution No. 05-01-05-05].

Chapter 03: Title VIII-03. Arbitration Ordinance [Resolution No. 05-01-08-06].

Chapter 04: Title VIII-04. Liquor Ordinance -- Section 101. Conformity with State Law and This Ordinance -- Section 102. Definitions -- Section 103. Tribal License or Permit Reauired -- Section 104. Application for Tribal Liquor License; Requirements -- Section 105. Hearing on Application for Tribal Liquor License -- Section 106. Conditions of the Tribal License -- Section 107. License Not a Property Right -- Section 108. Assignment or Transfer -- Section 109. Cancellation and Suspension -- Section 110. Incorporation of Michigan Laws by Reference -- Section 111. General Penalties -- Section 112.
Initiation of Action -- Section 113. Regulation.

Chapter 05: Title VIII-05. Amended and Restated Gaming Regulatory Act of 2010 -- Chapter 1. Purpose; Public Policy; Authorized Gaming (1-1. Short Title. 1-2. Purpose and Authority. 1-3. Public Policy. 1-4. Adoption; Repealer. 1-5. Severability. 1-6. Unauthorized Gaming. 1-7. Conduct of Games. 1-8. Permitted Gaming. Section 1-9. Location of Gaming. 1-10. Ownership of Gaming. 1-11. Use of Gaming Revenue). -- Chapter 2. Definitions -- Chapter 3. Establishment, Administration and Powers of Commission (3-1. Establishment of Gaming Commission. 3-2.Governmental Attributes of the Commission. 3-3. Delegation of Regulatory Authority. 3-4. Independence of Commission. 3-5. Commission Funding. 3-6. Composition of Commission. 3-7. Qualifications; Appointment of Commissioners. 3-8. Term of Office. 3-9. Hold-Over Policy. 3-10. Resignation. 3-11. Removal. 3-12. Vacancies; Appointment to Fill Vacancy. 3-13. Ethics Requirements for Commissioners. 3-14. Compensation of Commissioners. 3-15. Powers and Duties of the Commission. 3-16. Commission Meetings. 3-17. Quorum. 3-18. Officers. 3-19. Commission Offices. 3-20. Commission Record-Keeping. 3-21. Reports). -- Chapter 4. Executive Director; Organization of the Commission (4-1. Executive Director; Appointment; Qualifications; Removal and Suspension. 4-2. Commission Departments. 4-3. Powers and Duties of the Executive Director). -- Chapter 5. Licensing; General Provisions (5-1. LIcenses Required. 5-2. Authority to Require Licensing of Other Persons. 5-3. Gaming Establishment License. 5-4. Management Contractor's License. 5-5. Employees of a Gaming Operation. 5-6. Supplier of Gaming Goods or Services. 5-7. General Rights and Duties of Applicants. 5-8. Withdrawal of License Application. 5-9. Right to Condition License. 5-10. Term of License. 5-11. License Fees). -- Chapter 6. Licensing of Gaming Establishments (6-1. License Required. 6-2. License Application Fees. 6-3. Facilities Gaming Application Procedures. 6-4. Threshold Criteria that Must be Met by Gaming Establishments. 6-5. Facilities Gaming License Application Procedures. 6-6. Conditions Applicable to a Facilities Gaming License. 6-7. Terms of License. 6-8. Posting of Licenses. 6-9. Gaming Facility License Renewals). -- Chapter 7. Licensing of Primary Management Officials, Key Employees and Work Permit Employees of Gaming Operations (7-1. Application for a Gaming Employee License. 7-2. Burden of Proof. 7-3. Background Investigation. 7-4. Standards for Issuance of a Gaming Employee License. 7-5. Temporary License. 7-6. Action on Application for Gaming Employee License; Preliminary Determinations. 7-7. Final Approval of a Gaming License. 7-8. Denial of License. 7-9. Licensing Period. 7-10. Renewals. 7-11. Disclosure of Applicant and Licensee Information and Documents. 7-12. Suspension or Revocation of a License. 7-13. Show Cause Hearing for Manager and Primary Management Officials. 7-14. Requirements Regarding Files). -- Chapter 8. Licensing of Vendors of Gaming Goods or Services (8-1. Licensing of Vendors of Gaming Goods or Services. 8-2. Requirements for Gaming Vendors License. 8-3. Application for Gaming Vendors License. 8-4. Background Investigation. 8-5. Licensing Standards. 8-6. Action on Application for Gaming Vendors; Preliminary Determinations. 8-7. Denial of License. 8-8. Terms of License. 8-9. Renewals. 8-10. Suspension; Summary Suspension; Revocation of Gaming Vendors. 8-11. Requirements Regarding Files. 8-12. Temporary Licenses). -- Chapter 9. Regulation of Gaming-Related Activities (9-1. Tribal Minimum Internal Control Standards. 9-2. System of Internal Control Standards for Gaming Operations. 9-3. Minimum Procedures for Control of Internal Fiscal Affairs. 9-4. Oversight of Internal Fiscal Affairs. 9-5. Complimentary Items. 9-6. Certification of Gaming Devices. 9-7. Prohibition Against Electronic Aids. 9-8. Prohibition Against Embezzlement. 9-9. Security and Surveillance. 9-10. Weapons in Gaming Esablishments. 9-11. Compliance with Laws to Protect the Environment, Public Health, and Safety. 9-12. Unclaimed Winnings. 9-13. Resolution of Disputes Between the Gaming Public and the Gaming Operation. 9-14. [called 9-13 in document] Excluded Persons). -- Chapter 10. Rules of Procedure for Hearing (10.1 Scope of Rules of Procedure. 10-2. Hearings. 10-3. Notice of Hearing. 10-4. Ex Parte Communications. 10-5. Appearance through Counsel. 10-6. Discovery Procedures for Enforcement Hearings. 10-7. Confidential Materials. 10-8. Subpoenas. 10-9. Hearing Procedures. 10-10. Evidence. 10-11. Commission Decisions. 10-12. Sanctions). -- Chapter 11. Appeals (11.1. Right of Appeal; Appeals Procedures. 11.2. Right to Appeal Adverse Commission Decisions to the Tribal. 11.3. Limited Waiver of Sovereign Immunity of the Commission). -- Chapter 12. Prohibited Acts; Schedule of Offenses; Penalties (12-1. Prohibition Against Certain Individuals. 12-2. Prohibited Acts. 12-3. Enforcement).

Chapter 06: Title VIII-06. Law and Order Code -- Part 1. Jurisdiction (1-1. Tribe's Criminal Jurisdiction). -- Part 2. General Provision (2-1. Definitions. 2-2. Criminal Offenses Shall be Based on Voluntary Conduct. 2-3. Burden of Proof. 2-4. Defenses. 2-5. Solicitation and Complicity. 2-6. Attempt. 2-7. Multiple Counts). -- Part 3. Offenses Against a Person. (3-1. Simple Assault. 3-2. Aggravated Assault. 3-3. Harassment. 3-4. Stalking. 3-5. Murder. 3-6. Manslaughter. 3-7. Negligent Homicide. 3-8. Kidnapping). -- Part 4. Breach of the Peace (4-1. Disorderly Conduct). -- Part. 5. Property Related Offenses (5-1. Arson. 5-2. Robbery. 5-3. Burglary. 5-4. Theft. 5-5. Destruction of Property. 5-6. Criminal Trespass. 5-7. Littering. 5-8. Causing or Maintaining a Public Nuisance). -- Part 6. Forgery and Related Offenses (6-1. Forgery. 6-2. Passing Bad Checks). -- Part 7. Weapons and Related Offenses (7-1. Unlawful use of Weapon. 7-2. Possession of Explosives. 7-3. Dangerous use of Explosives). -- Part. 8. Offenses Against the Public Order (8-1. Obstructing Performance of Police Duties. 8-2. Resisting Arrest. 8-3. Contempt. 8-4. Perfury. 8-5. Escape. 8-6. Bail Jumping). -- Part 9. Alchohol Related offenses (9-1. Illegal Consumption of Liquor. 9-2. Public Intoxication. 9-3. Providing Tobacco or Intoxicants to Minors). -- Part 10. Controlled Substances (10-1. Possession or Use of a Controlled Substance. 10-2. Possession or Precursors to Methamphetamine. 10-3. Manufacture, Sale or Furnishing of Controlled Substances). -- Part 11. Offenses Against the Family (11-1. Child Abuse. 11-2. Domestic Abuse. 11-3. Contributing to Delinquency of a Minor. 11-4. Failure to Support Dependent. 11-5. Truancy 26). -- Part 12. Sex Crimes (12-1. Sexual Assualt. 12-2. Indecent Exposure. 12-3. Prostitution and Patronizing a Prostitute. 12-4. Registration of a Sex Offender). -- Part 13. Traffic Offenses (13-1. Reckless or Negligent Driving. 13-2. Driving While Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor. 13-3. Drving with an Open Alchohol Container. 13-4. Unlawful Use of Tampering with a Motor Vehicle). -- Part 14. Animal Control (14-1. Animal Abuse). -- Part 15. Law Enforcement Officers; Applicability (15-1. Exemption for Law Enforcement Officers). -- Parts 16 - 19 Missing -- Part 20. Limitations (20-1. Prosecution. 20-2. Trying a Juvenile as an Adult) -- Part 21. Severability -- Part. 22. Penalties (2s2-1. Sentencing and Fines).

Chapter 07: Title VIII-07. Sex Offender Code -- Chapter 1. General Matters (1-1. title. 1-2. purpose. 1-3. creation of registries). -- Chapter 2. Terminology & Offenses Requiring Registration (2-1. definitions. 2-2. offenses requiring registration). -- Chapter 3. Tiered Offenses (3-1. tier 1 offenses. 3-2. tier 2 offenses. 3-3. tier 3 offenses). -- Chapter 4. Required Information (4-1. general requirements. 4-2. criminal history. 4-3. date of birth. 4-4. dna sample. 4-5. driver's license, identification cards, passports, and Immigration documents. 4-6. employment information. 4-7. finger and palm prints. 4-8. internet identifiers. 4-9. name. 4-10. phone numbers. 4-11. picture. 4-12. physical description. 4-13. professional licensing information. 4-14. residence address. 4-15. school. 4-16. social security number. 4-17. temporary lodging. 4-18. international travel. 4-19. offense information. 4-20. vehicle information. 4-21. frequency, duration and reduction. 4-22. requirements for in person appearances. 4-23. sex offender acknowledgement form). –- Chapter 5. Registration (5-1. where registration is required. 5-2. timing of registration. 5-3. retroactive registration. 5-4. keeping registration current. 5-5. failure to appear for registration and absconding). -- Chapter 6. Public Sex Offender Registry Website (6-1. website. 6-2. required and prohibited information. 6-3. community notification. -- Chapter 7. Immunity -- Chapter 8. Immunity.

Chapter 08: Title VIII-08. Criminal Procedure -- Chapter 1. Complaint (1-1. complaint. 1-2. time limit for commencing criminal prosecution). -- Chapter 2. Arrests (2-1. arrest. 2-2. warrants for arrest. 2-3. notification of rights at time of arrest. 2-4. summons in lieu of arrest warrant). -- Chapter 3. Searches (3-1. search warrant. 3-2. execution and return of search warrant. 3-3. search without a warrant. 3-4. disposition of seized property. 3-5. exclusion of unlawfully obtained evidence). -- Chapter 4. Arraignment (4-1. arraignment. 4-2. release before final judgment of conviction. 4-3. withdrawal of guilty plea). -- Chapter 5. Trial Proceedings (5-1. rights of defendant in criminal cases. 5-2. issuance of subpoenas. 5-3. service of subpoenas. 5-4. failure to obey subpoena. 5-5. witness expense. 5-6. trial procedure. 5-7. right to jury trial). -- Chapter 6. Sentencing (6-1. sentences. 6-2. delayed sentencing. 6-3. probation. 6-4. forfeiture of weapons).

Chapter 09: Title VIII-09. Civil Infractions Code -- Chapter 1. General provisions (101. Title. 102. Purpose. 103. Severability. 104. Effective date. 105. Interpretation. 106. Non-liability). -- Chapter 2. Definitions (201. Definitions). -- Chapter 3. Conduct Deemed Detrimental to Public Health, Safety and Welfare. (301. Purchase, consumption, or possession of liquor by minor. 302. Consumption of liquor in public sec. 303. Public intoxication. 304. Littering. 305. Spitting. 306. Indecent exposure. 307. Public urination or defecation. 308. Possession of marijuana. 309. Drug paraphernalia. 310. Gambling by a minor. 311. Disorderly person. 312. Defrauding an innkeeper. 313. Malicious mischief. 314. Trespass. 315. Hindering or opposing a police officer. 316. Running over a fire-hose). -- Chapter 4. Enforcement of Civil Infractions
(401. Jurisdiction and procedure 402. Enforcement and penalties).

Chapter 09-A: Title VIII-09A. Addendum 1 - Schedule of Civil Infraction Fines.

Chapter 10: Title VIII-10. Motor Vehicle Code -- Article 1. General Provisions (1-1. Title 1-2. Purposes. 1-3. Severability. 1-4. Effective date. 1-5. Interpretation. 1-6. Non-liability). -- Article. 2. Definitions (2-1. Definitions). -- Article 3. Regulation of Motor Vehicle Ownership (3-1. Motor vehicle registration. 3-2. Motor vehicle title . 3-3. Operator's license. 3-4. Civil liability and financial responsibility. 3-5. Delegation of authority). -- Article 4. Operations of Motor Vehicles; Regulations (4-1. Rules of the road. 4-2. Equipment of vehicles. 4-3. Size, weight and load. 4-4. Parking regulations. 4-5. Off road recreation vehicles. 4-6. Snowmobiles. 4-7. Effect of incorporation by reference. 4-8. Jurisdiction and procedure. 4-9. Enforcement and penalties).

Chapter 11: Title VIII-11. Police Department Code -- Chapter 1. Purpose and Policy (1-1. Title. 1-2. Purpose. 1-3. Authority. 1-4. Adoption, amendment, repeal. 1-5. Severability. 1-6. Repeal). -- Chapter 2. Definitions (2-1. Definitions). -- Chapter 3. Creation of Police Department; General Principles (3-1. Establishment of Department. 3-2. Director of law enforcement. 3-3. [no title]. 3-4. [no title]. 3-5. Mission of department. 3-6. [no title]. 3-7. Use of deadly force. 3-8. Role of the tribal council). -- Chapter 4. Appointment of Director and Law Enforcement Officers (4-1. Appointment of director; interim director. 4-2. Qualifications of director. 4-3. Appointment of law enforcement officers. 4-4.Hiring criteria for law enforcement officers. 4-5. Indian preference. 4-6. Law enforcement officers to be sworn). -- Chapter 5. Organization of Department (5-1. Duties of the director of law enforcement. 5-2. Subordinate officers. 5-3. Supervision. 5-4. Restrictions. 5-5. Training of law enforcement officers. 5-6. Duties of law enforcement officers. 5-7. Supervision and conduct of tribal police. 5-8. Conservation enforcement officers. 5-9. Qualifications of conservation enforcement officers).

Chapter 12: Title VIII-12 Animal Control Code

Chapter 13: Title VIII-13 Solicitors Code

Chapter 14: Title VIII-14 NHBP Fireworks Code

Chapter 15: Title VIII-15 No Commercial Tobacco Use Code

Chapter 16: Title VIII-16 Establishment of Office of Special Prosecutor

Title IX – Land; Housing

Chapter 01: Title IX-01. Real Property Acquisition Code -- (1-1. Title. 1-2. Purpose. 1-3. Definitions. 2-1. Land acquisition procedures. 2-2. Procedural requirements for land acquisition. 3-1. All appropriate inquiries procedures).

Chapter 02: Title IX-02. Resolution Adopting BOCA and Health Codes.

Chapter 03: Title IX-03. Lot Lease and Leasehold Mortgate Code -- Chapter 1. General Provisions (1-1. Title. 1-2. Purpose. 1-3. Findings). -- Chapter 2. Definitions (2-1. General definitions). -- Chapter 3. Eligibility for Leasing a Lot (3-1. Policy principle. 3-2. Availability of lots on tribal lands; tribal member options. 3-3. Eligibility. 3-4. Application procedure. 3-5. Criminal background screening. 3-6. Determination of ineligibility. 3-7. Selection criteria for lot assignment). -- Chapter 4. Voiding an Approved Lease (4-1. Failure to start approved lease. 4-2. Failure to obtain mortgage financing. 4-3. Failure to execute compliance affidavit. 4-4. Failure to execute lease). -- Chapter 5. Subleases; Transfer and Assignments (5-1. Transfer and assignments. 5-2. Sublease of residence).-- Chapter 6. Approval of Lease (6-1. Approval of lease. 6-2. Bureau of Indian Affairs approval. 6-3. Submission to lender). -- Chapter 7. Conditions Applicable to Lot Leases (7-1. Vacancy of lease. 7-2. Homes/structures at the end of the lease. 7-3. Intestate transfers and testamentary designations). -- Chapter 8. Allowances to Spouse and Heirs (8-1. [no title]. 8-2. [no title]. 8-3. [no title]). -- Chapter 9. Tribal Court Jurisdiction (9-1. Exclusive jurisdiction). -- Chapter 10. Leasehold Mortgage Priority of Lien Procedures, Recording (10-1. Priority. 10-2. Recording). Chapter 11. Leasehold Mortgage Foreclosure Procedures (11-1. Default by mortgagor; obligations of mortgagee. 11-2. Foreclosure procedures. 11-3. Service of process and procedures. 11-4. Cure of default by subordinate lienholder. 11-5. Power of the tribal court). -- Chapter 12. Leasehold Mortgage Eviction Procedures (12-1. Jurisdiction. 12-2. [no title]. 12-3. Procedures for services of notice. 12-4. Complaint and summons. 12-5. Service of summons and complaint. 12-4. Power of the tribal court. 12-7. Enforcement. 12-8. Continuances in cases involving the mortgagee). -- Chapter 13. Leasehold Mortgage Alternative Remedies (13-1. Alternative Remedies). -- Chapter 14. Limited Waiver of Immunity (14-1. Limited waiver of immunity). -- Chapter 15. Adoption; Amendment; Severability (15-1. Adoption. 15-2. Amendment. 15-3. Severability Clause).

Chapter 04: Title IX-04. Rental Housing Code. -- Chapter 1. General Provisions (1-1. Title. 1-2. Purpose. 1-3. Jurisdiction. 1-4. Conflicts with other laws). -- Chapter 2. [No Title] (2-1. Definitions). -- Chapter 3. [No Title] (3-1. Landlord/Tenant rights, obligations and remedies. 3-2. Abandoned rental units). -- Chapter 4. [No Title] (4-1. Evictions). -- Chapter 5. [No Title] (5-1. Severability).

Chapter 05: Title IX-05. Down Payment Assistance. -- Chapter 1. Overview of Program. -- Chapter 2. Definitions. -- Chapter 3. Program Guidelines (A. Eligibility Criteria. B. Restrictions on Use of Down Payment Assistance Grant/Loan Funds. C. Limitations. D. Implementation. E. Lien Requirements; Default by Member). -- Chapter 4. NHBP Housing Department Activities.

Chapter 06: Title IX-06. Unsafe Building Code. -- Chapter 1. General Provisions (1-1. Title. 1-2. Purpose. 1-3. Jurisdiction). -- Chapter 2. Definitions (2-1. General). -- Chapter 3. Inspection, Condemnation and Removal of Unsafe Buildings (3-1. Unsafe buildings defined. 3-2. Standards for repair; vacation or demolition. 3-3. Unsafe buildings as nuisances. 3-4. Duties of building inspector. 3-5. Hearing before the tribal council. 3-6. Presumption of public danger. 3-7. Emergency cases. 3-8. Duties of tribal police department. 3-9. Violations. 3-10. Severability).

Title X – Tax

Chapter 01: Title X-01. Implementation of Tax Agreement. -- Chapter 1. Definitions (1-1. Definitions). Chapter 2. Application of Tribal-State Tax Agreement (2-1. Binding Effect of Tribal-State Tax Agreement. 2-2. Sales and use of tax. 2-3. Sales tax sharing. 2-4. Individual income tax. 2-5. Single business tax. 2-6. Motor fuels tax. 2-7. Tobacco products). -- Chapter 3. Restrictions and Prohibitions on Tribal Members and Entities (3-1. Motor fuels tax. 3-2. Tobacco products tax. 3-3. Tribal certificate of exemption use). Chapter 4. Tribal Member and Tribal Entity Duties and Obligations (4-1. Sales and use tax. 4-2. Responsibility for proper use of the Tribal Certificates of Exemption. 4-3. Personal income tax. 4-4. Single business tax. 4-5. Motor fuels tax. 4-6. Tobacco products tax. 4-7. General administrative duties and obligations). -- Chapter 5. Restrictions and Prohibitions on the Tribe (5-1. Motor fuels tax. 5-2. Tobacco products tax. 5-3. Tribal certificate of exemption). -- Chapter 6. Tribal Duties and Obligations (6-1. Tribal council duties and obligations. 6-2. Duties and obligations of the tribal court and tribal police. 6-3. Duties and obligations of tribal officials). -- Chapter 7. Enforcement and Miscellaneous (7-1. Enforcement. 7-2. Severability. 7-3. No impairment of tribal privileges and immunities. 7-4. No private right of enforcement. 7-5. Scope of Act).

Chapter 02: Title X-02. Retail Sales and Food and Beverage Tax Code. -- Chapter 1. Retail Sales. -- Article 1. Purpose (1-1. Purpose). -- Article 2. Definitions (2-1. Definitions). -- Article 3. Retail Sales Tax (3-1. Imposition and rate of tax; tax added to selling price; exemptions and records of exempt retail sales). -- Article 4. Licensing of Retailers Located within Tribal and Trust Lands (4-1. Retailers wholly owned by the tribe and/or tribal members. 4-2. Non-member retailers. 4-3. Non-tribal and trust land sales. 4-4. Tax department publication of license forms and procedures. 4-5. Transmission of application forms to the state. 4-6. Information required for licensing. 4-7. License renewal. 4-8. Suspension or termination of business. 4-9. Incidental retailers). -- Article 5. Collection; Remittance; Returns; Appropriation (5-1. Collection. 5-2. Remittance and returns. 5-3. Appropriation). -- Article 6. Financial Standards; Record Keeping (6-1. Financial Standards. 6-2. Record keeping. 6-3. Assessment). -- Article 7. Tax Sharing (7-1. Tax sharing). -- Article 8. Severability (8-1. Severability). -- Chapter 2. Food and Beverage Tax. -- Article 1. Purpose (1-1. Purpose). -- Article 2. Definitions (2-1. Definitions). -- Article 3. Food and Beverage Tax (3-1. Imposition and rate of tax; tax added to selling price, exemptions). -- Article 4. Collection; Remittance; Returns, Appropriations (4-1. Collection. 4-2. Remittance and returns. 4-3. Appropriation). -- Article 5. Financial Standards; Record Keeping (5-1. Financial standards. 5-2. Record keeping. 5-3. Assessment). -- Article 6. Severability (6-1. Severability).

Chapter 03: Title X-03. Sale of Tobacco Products Code. -- Chapter 1. Registration of Retailers Selling Tobacco Products; Regulation of Sales of Tax Free Tobacco Products. -- Article 1. Purpose (1-1. Purpose). -- Article 2. Definitions (2-1. Definitions). -- Article 3. Tobacco Products Retailers (3-1. Licensing of retailers. 3-2. Sale of tax exempt tobacco products. 3-3. Registration conditions applicable to retailers licensed to sell tobacco products). -- Article 4. Retail Sales of Tax Free Tobacco Products (4-1. Designation of authorized retailer for tax exempt tobacco products. 4-2. Purchases subject to Michigan tobacco products tax. 4-3. Limits on purchases of tax free tobacco products by tribal members. 4-4. Civil Penalties; remedies). -- Article 5. Severability (5-1. Severability).

Chapter 04: Title X-04. Motor Fuels Code. -- Chapter 1. Regulation of Sales of Tax Free Motor Fuels. -- Article 1. Purpose (1-1. Purpose. 1-2. Effective Date). -- Article 2. Definitions (2-1. Definitions). -- Article 3. Requirements for Purchasers of Exempt Motor Fuels (3-1. Purchases subject to Michigan motor fuel tax. 3-2. Authorized retail locations at which exempt purchases may be made. 3-3. Registration requirement. 3-4. Procedure for making purchases of exempt motor fuels. 3-5. Limits on purchases of exempt motor fuel products by tribal members). -- Article 4. Penalties; Enforcement (4-1. Civil penaltiesl; remedies). -- Article 5. Severability (5-1. Severability).

Chapter 05: Title X-05 Convention and Tourism Tax Code

Chapter 06: Title X-06 Lodging and Occupancy Use Tax Code

Title XI – Tribal Charter Instrumentalities

Chapter 01: Title XI-01 FDA Charter Amended 10.18.2012

Chapter 02: Waséyabek Development Company, LLC [Not available online]

Chapter 03: Title XI-03 BKEDÉ o MSHIKÉ General Store Charter

[Table of Contents created by NILL in November 2011, based on code materials received from the tribe.]
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