25 USC 123a: Tribal funds; use to purchase insurance for protection of tribal property
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25 USC 123a: Tribal funds; use to purchase insurance for protection of tribal property Text contains those laws in effect on July 16, 2024
From Title 25-INDIANSCHAPTER 4-PERFORMANCE BY UNITED STATES OF OBLIGATIONS TO INDIANSSUBCHAPTER II-DISBURSEMENT OF MONEYS AND SUPPLIES

§123a. Tribal funds; use to purchase insurance for protection of tribal property

On and after April 13, 1926, the funds of any tribe of Indians under the control of the United States may be used for payments of insurance premiums for protection of the property of the tribe against fire, theft, tornado, hail, earthquake, or other elements and forces of nature, and for protection against liability on account of injuries or damages to persons or property and other like claims.

(Apr. 13, 1926, ch. 118, 44 Stat. 242 ; Aug. 2, 1946, ch. 754, 60 Stat. 852 .)


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1946-Act Aug. 2, 1946, provided for use of funds to pay premiums on personal and property damage insurance.