6 Canada and Ontario may enter into a patent agreement or confirmation agreement or other country ordinances by the other with respect to land, but none of these agreements or confirmations in any way affects the rights of a gang or the recourse that any group would have against a person or country without such an agreement. , including the crown and crown of land. (II) considers that any request for direct taxation of the Indian tribe or an Indian country is proof that the state did not negotiate in good faith. 11 When a particular agreement affects land or land, the land concerned is described in a specific agreement schedule. (5) Nothing in this subsection affects the right of an Indian tribe to regulate Class III gambling in its Indian countries at the same time as the state, unless such a regime is contrary or less strict than the state laws and regulations applicable by a tribal state pact entered into by the Indian tribe in accordance with paragraph 3. (c) the exercise, allocation or transfer or elimination of interests on natural land or resources; (4) access to all documents, books and records that require gross revenues from Class II games on Indian territory and any other issues necessary to carry out the Commission`s duties under this chapter, as well as inspections, audits, photocopies and audits; (2) If Nova Scotia does not vote within 30 days, Canada will be able to cede abandoned countries without further reference to Nova Scotia. B) (i) The provisions of paragraph A and the provisions of paragraphs A and B of paragraphs 2 should not exclude the continuation of the operation of a Class II game that was in use on 1 September 1986 if – (j) all other provisions necessary for the implementation of a specific agreement. (4) If, subject to paragraph 3 of this paragraph, Canada and Nova Scotia are unable to reach an agreement on the price payable by Nova Scotia for all abandoned lands within 30 days of the date of the purchase decision, the matter will be referred to the arbitrators in the following manner a separate license from the Indian tribe is required for each location. , installation or location in Indian countries where Class II games are held. (5) Indian tribes have the exclusive right to regulate gambling activity on Indian lands if gambling activity is not expressly prohibited by federal law and is practiced in a state that does not criminally and legally prohibit such gambling activities.

(1) many Indian tribes participated in games or acquired licences in Indian countries to generate tribal state income; Agreement: the agreement between the Government of Canada and the Ontario government as set out in the timetable; (agreement) (agreement) (ii) any means, introduced by an Indian state or tribe, of exercising a Class III gambling activity on Indian lands and of violating any existing tribal pact of state, concluded in paragraph 3, and c) “Patented Sorden” the regions of the province for which Canada has the surrender of their rights and interests to Indians who are entitled to the use and occupation of the Indian population. , and for which Canada has accepted the surrender of their rights and interests to the Indians, who have the right to use and fill them, and the scholarships have been granted by letters issued under the Great Seal of Canada; AND from time to time, patent letters under the Great Seal of Canada have been given, purporting to pass these countries on to different people; (3) state that the creation of an independent federal gambling regulator on Indian lands, the establishment of federal standards for gambling on Indian lands, and the creation of a National Gaming Commission of India are necessary to address Congressional concerns about gambling and to protect gambling as a means of obtaining tribal income.