§ 16-11-310 Definitions
§ 16-11-311 Burglary; first degree
§ 16-11-312 Burglary; second degree
§ 16-11-313 Burglary; third degree
§ 16-11-325 Common law robbery classified as felony; penalty
§ 16-11-330 Robbery and attempted robbery while armed with deadly weapon
§ 16-11-340 Required placards in retail establishments as to consequences of conviction of armed robbery
§ 16-11-345 Cardboard placards
§ 16-11-350 Train robbery by stopping train
§ 16-11-360 Robbery after entry upon train
§ 16-11-370 Robbery of operators of motor vehicles for hire
§ 16-11-380 Entering bank, depository or building and loan association with intent to steal; theft or solicitation of person using automated teller machine
§ 16-11-390 Safecracking

Terms Used In South Carolina Code > Title 16 > Chapter 11 > Article 5

  • Catawba Claim Area: means that area of approximately one hundred forty-four thousand acres in York, Lancaster, and Chester Counties claimed by the Catawba Tribe under the Treaty of Pine Tree Hill in 1760 and the Treaty of Augusta in 1763, and surveyed by Samuel Wylie in 1764, and ceded by the Catawba Indian Tribe to South Carolina by the Treaty of Nation Ford in 1840. See South Carolina Code 16-11-311
  • Claims: means a claim which was asserted by the plaintiffs in either suit, and any other claim which could have been asserted by the Catawba Indian Tribe or a Catawba Indian of a right, title, or interest in property, to trespass or property damages, or of a hunting, fishing, or other right to natural resources, if the claim is based upon aboriginal title, recognized title, or title by grant, patent, or treaty, including the Treaty of Pine Tree Hill of 1760, the Treaty of Augusta of 1763, or the Treaty of Nation Ford of 1840. See South Carolina Code 16-11-311
  • Executive Committee: means the body of the Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina composed of the Tribe's executive officers as selected by the Tribe in accordance with its constitution. See South Carolina Code 16-11-311
  • Existing Reservation: means that tract of approximately six hundred thirty acres conveyed to the State in trust for the Tribe by J. See South Carolina Code 16-11-311
  • expanded reservation: means the existing reservation and lands added to the Existing Reservation pursuant to the federal implementing legislation which will be held in trust by the Secretary. See South Carolina Code 16-11-311
  • Federal implementing legislation: means all appropriate federal legislation necessary to enact and effect the terms, provisions, and conditions of the Settlement Agreement. See South Carolina Code 16-11-311
  • Member: means individuals who are members of the Tribe as determined in accordance with the federal implementing legislation. See South Carolina Code 16-11-311
  • Secretary: means the Secretary of the Department of the Interior or his designee, and "Department" or "Department of the Interior" refers to the United States Department of the Interior. See South Carolina Code 16-11-311
  • Settlement Agreement: means the written "Agreement in Principle" reached between the State and the Tribe and attached to the copy of the act enacting this chapter signed by the Governor and filed with the Secretary of State. See South Carolina Code 16-11-311
  • State: means South Carolina. See South Carolina Code 16-11-311
  • Transfer: includes , but is not limited to, a voluntary or an involuntary sale, grant, lease, allotment, partition, or other conveyance; a transaction the purpose of which was to effect a sale, grant, lease, allotment, partition, or conveyance; and an act, an event, or a circumstance that resulted in a change in title to, possession of, dominion over, or control of land or natural resources. See South Carolina Code 16-11-311
  • Tribal Trust Funds: means those funds set aside in trusts established by the Secretary for the benefit of the Tribe and its members pursuant to the federal legislation implementing the Settlement Agreement. See South Carolina Code 16-11-311
  • Tribe: means the Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina as constituted in aboriginal times, which was party to the Treaty of Pine Tree Hill in 1760 as confirmed by the Treaty of Augusta in 1763, which was party also to the Treaty of Nation Ford in 1840, and which was the subject of the Catawba Indian Tribe of South Carolina Division of Assets Act, enacted September 29, 1959, codified at 25 U. See South Carolina Code 16-11-311