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The Osage Nation Congress and/or its delegatees, as aforesaid, may bring an action in the Courts of the Osage Nation to enforce the terms of any written agreement and/or to seek a court order to remove an occupant from Osage Nation property should the Osage Nation Congress or its delegatees, as aforesaid, determine that further occupancy by a tenant is no longer in the best interests of the Osage Nation. Unless a written rental agreement or lease otherwise provides, the repossession of such property and the eviction of the tenant therefrom may be with or without cause, as the Osage Nation Congress and/or its delegatees, as aforesaid, may elect in their sole and unlimited discretion. The Courts of the Osage Nation shall thereupon issue decisions and orders, including, but not limited to, writs of assistance and injunctive relief, as the Court may determine to be lawful and appropriate. In addition, the Courts may render money judgments against such tenants for all sums due and owing to the Nation, including court costs and reasonable attorney’s fees incurred by the Nation in bringing the action as provided by Section 6-106 of this Title. ONCA 11-41, eff. Apr. 12, 2011.