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CALIFORNIA – A federal judge has ruled that the Colorado River Indian Tribes had legal authority to evict a tenant from a housing development on the California side of the Colorado River. 85 more words
Federal Court Rejects Nonmember's Challenge to Colorado River Indian Tribe's Jurisdiction; Reservation Boundaries Challenge Unresolved
Here is the order in French v. Starr (D. Ariz.):
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Finding no impediment to this Court’s application of the doctrine of estoppel against Plaintiff, the Court concludes that Plaintiff is precluded by the terms of the Permit and by his conduct from asserting to this Court in the instant federal action that the lot he leased from CRIT was not within the boundaries of the Reservation to resist a determination that the Tribal Court had jurisdiction over the action brought by CRIT to evict Plaintiff and for damages.
From the L.A. Times, here is “Holdouts, tribes clash over border of Colorado River reservation.”
The materials so far in French v. Starr (D. 28 more words