Administrative – Commission of Indian Affairs – Jurisdiction – Intra-Tribal Dispute – Unfilled SeatMeherrin Tribe of North Carolina v. North Carolina State Commission of Indian Affairs A review of G.S. §§143B-405 through -407 reveals that the General Assembly intended for the Commission of Indian Affairs to serve an advocacy and resource provision function and not to resolve intra-tribal disputes, such as the issue of who is to fill the Meherrin seat on the Commission.
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Published: April 3, 2012
Time posted: 2:15 pm
Tags: Administrative, Commission of Indian Affairs, Intra-Tribal Dispute, jurisdiction, Unfilled Seat