§ 29.700 May a Tribe retrocede a PSFA and the associated funds?
§ 29.701 How does a Tribe notify the Department of its intention to retrocede?
§ 29.702 What happens if the Department of the Interior determines that it provides the transportation services the Tribe intends to retrocede?
§ 29.703 What happens if the Department of the Interior determines that it does not provide the transportation services the Tribe intends to retrocede?
§ 29.704 When is the retrocession effective?
§ 29.705 What effect will a retrocession have on a Tribe’s right to compact under the Program?
§ 29.706 Will retrocession adversely affect future funding available for the retroceded program?

Terms Used In CFR > Title 49 > Subtitle A > Part 29 > Subpart H - Retrocession

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