U.S. SUPREME COURT

United States v. Navajo Nation

NATIVE AMERICAN - Tribal Remedies

New Jersey Law Journal

The Navajo Nation's claim for compensation fails for lack of a substantive source of law establishing a duty by the secretary of the Department of the Interior to promptly approve a royalty rate increase under a 1964 coal lease.

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