- Title 1 Attorneys
- 1-101 Juvenile Court established.
- 1-102 Officers of the Court.
- 1-103 Jurisdiction.
- 1-104 Jurisdiction over extended family.
- 1-105 Continuing jurisdiction.
- 1-106 Extended family defined.
- 1-107 Transfers from state court or other tribal court.
- 1-108 Full faith and credit.
- 1-109 Child welfare transfers to tribal or state court.
- 1-110 Notice of legal rights.
- 1-111 Osage Tribal Prosecutor duties.
- 1-112 Jury trials.
- 1-113 Procedure.
- 1-114 Hearings.
- 1-115 Mileage and witness fees.
- 1-116 Penalties.
- 1-117 Social study and other reports.
- 1-118 Effect of proceedings.
- 1-119 Inspection of Court records.
- 1-120 Law enforcement records.
- 1-121 Indian child welfare records.
- 1-122 Identity confidential.
- 1-123 Search warrants or pick-up orders for the protection of children.
- 1-124 Issuance of search warrants or pick-up orders.
- 1-125 Expiration of search warrants and pick-up orders.
- 1-126 Appeals.
- 2-101 Definitions.
- 2-102 Evidence of child abuse or neglect in matrimonial or child custody actions.
- 2-103 Intake.
- 2-104 Tribal Prosecutor intake duties.
- 2-105 Responsibility for deprived children.
- 2-106 Children taken into custody prior to filing of petition; protective custody.
- 2-107 Emergency medical treatment or mental health care.
- 2-108 Immunity from liability.
- 2-109 Deferred prosecution agreements; contracts.
- 2-110 Deferred prosecution agreements; contracts admissible.
- 2-111 Petition form.
- 2-112 Petition contents.
- 2-113 Filing petition when child in protective custody; time.
- 2-114 Amendment of petition.
- 2-115 Summons; form.
- 2-116 When summons unnecessary.
- 2-117 Additional parties to be summoned.
- 2-118 Court diversion by stipulation.
- 2-119 Limitation of diversions.
- 2-120 Failure to appear.
- 2-121 Appointment of Guardian Ad Litem.
- 2-122 Adjudicatory hearing.
- 2-123 Mentally ill and developmentally disabled children.
- 2-124 Admissibility of pre-recorded statement of a child age twelve (12) years or under who is the victim of abuse.
- 2-125 Taking testimony of a child age twelve (12) years or under in room other than courtroom; recording.
- 2-126 Court diversion.
- 2-127 Dismissal of petition.
- 2-128 Sustaining petition.
- 2-129 Temporary orders.
- 2-130 New hearing authorized.
- 2-131 Dispositional hearing.
- 2-132 Social studies and reports.
- 2-133 Case/service plan.
- 2-134 Medical examination.
- 2-135 Hearing purpose.
- 2-136 Hearing informal.
- 2-137 Continuance.
- 2-138 Order of protection; protective orders.
- 2-139 Placement preferences.
- 2-140 Movement of child in custody of the Indian Child Welfare Department.
- 2-141 Unmanageable and uncontrollable children.
- 2-142 Disposition.
- 2-143 Review of disposition order.
- 2-144 Review hearing reports.
- 2-145 Motion for termination of parental rights.
- 2-146 Appointment of counsel.
- 2-147 Notice of hearing to terminate parental rights.
- 2-148 Termination of parental rights by abandonment.
- 2-149 Criteria for termination.
- 2-150 Criteria for order terminating parental rights.
- 2-151 Review of child’s disposition following termination of the parent-child legal relationship.
- 2-152 Expert testimony.
- 2-153 Effect of order.
- 2-154 Adoption action not to be combined with termination of parental rights.
- 2-155 Confidential nature of proceedings and record.
- 2-156 Modification of decrees or orders.
- 2-157 Traditional custodian’s and grandparent rights.
- 2-158 Orders for support.
- 2-159 Voluntary foster/alternative care authorized.
- 2-160 Emancipation.
Child Abuse Reporting and Prevention
- 3-101 Legislative purpose.
- 3-102 Definitions.
- 3-103 Persons required to report child abuse or neglect.
- 3-104 Reporting procedures.
- 3-105 Action upon receipt of report.
- 3-106 Interference with investigation and retaliation prohibited; civil penalty.
- 3-107 Required report of postmortem investigation.
- 3-108 Evidence of abuse.
- 3-109 Immunity from liability.
- 3-110 Temporary protective custody.
- 3-111 Confidentiality of records.
- 3-112 Duty to provide summary to person being investigated.
- 3-113 Child protection teams; purpose.
- 3-114 Child protection teams; meetings.
- 3-115 Child protection team; authority and functions.
- 3-116 Child protection teams; duties.
- 3-117 Central Registry/case management system.
- 3-118 Court proceedings; Guardian Ad Litem.
- 3-119 Child abuse and child neglect diversion program.
- 3-120 Evidence not privileged.
- 4-101 Definitions.
- 4-102 Foster care placement.
- 4-103 Responsibility of recruiting foster care homes.
- 4-104 Approval of alternative care homes.
- 4-105 Written contract.
- 4-106 Previous foster parent preferred placement.
- 4-107 Removal from foster home.
- 4-108 Investigation.
- 4-109 Basic standards for alternative care families.
- 4-110 Basic requirements of alternative care families.
- 4-111 Income of alternative care families.
- 4-112 Physical facilities.
- 4-113 Family composition.
- 4-114 Personal characteristics.
- 4-115 Alternative care parenting abilities.
- 5-101 Definitions.
- 5-102 Taking children into custody.
- 5-103 Notification of parties.
- 5-104 Notification of court officers.
- 5-105 Release of detained child.
- 5-106 Special release rule for major offenses.
- 5-107 Court-ordered release.
- 5-108 Extension of detention period.
- 5-109 Detention and shelter.
- 5-110 Court-ordered medical treatment.
- 5-111 Court-ordered commitment for observation.
- 5-112 Intake.
- 5-113 Tribal Prosecutor intake/duties.
- 5-114 Deferred prosecution agreements/contracts.
- 5-115 Deferred prosecution agreements/contracts admissible.
- 5-116 Court diversion by stipulation.
- 5-117 Limitation on diversions.
- 5-118 Petition form.
- 5-119 Petition contents.
- 5-120 Amended petitions.
- 5-121 Summons.
- 5-122 Additional parties to be summoned.
- 5-123 Service of summons.
- 5-124 Failure to appear.
- 5-125 Appointment of Guardian Ad Litem.
- 5-126 Custodial interrogations.
- 5-127 Adjudicatory hearing.
- 5-128 Mentally ill and developmentally disabled children.
- 5-129 Court diversion.
- 5-130 Dismissal of petition.
- 5-131 Sustaining petition.
- 5-132 Temporary orders.
- 5-133 Dispositional hearing.
- 5-134 Social studies and reports.
- 5-135 Case plan/service plan.
- 5-136 Medical examination.
- 5-137 Hearing purpose.
- 5-138 Hearing informal.
- 5-139 Continuance.
- 5-140 Child in need of supervision; disposition.
- 5-141 Delinquent child; disposition.
- 5-142 Probation for delinquents and children in need of supervision.
- 5-143 New hearing authorized.
- 5-144 Continuing jurisdiction.
- 5-145 Modification of decrees or orders.
- 5-146 Orders for support.
- 5-147 Expungement/destruction of records.
- 5-148 Certification as an adult.
- 6-101 Purpose.
- 6-102 Definitions.
- 6-103 Types of guardianships.
- 6-104 Jurisdiction.
- 6-105 Powers of court.
- 6-106 Guardians Ad Litem.
- 6-107 Duties and powers of guardians.
- 6-108 Confidential information filed with Court.
- 6-109 Letters of guardianship.
- 6-110 Filing of petition and eligibility.
- 6-111 Contents of petition.
- 6-112 Notice.
- 6-113 Nomination of guardian.
- 6-114 Minor ward aged fourteen (14) years or older.
- 6-115 Temporary guardianship.
- 6-116 Guardianship report.
- 6-117 Permanent guardianship.
- 6-118 Order of guardianship.
- 6-119 Guardianship plan.
- 6-120 Setting of initial review hearing.
- 6-121 Inventory and appraisal.
- 6-122 Compensation.
- 6-123 Bond.
- 6-124 Trust property.
- 6-125 Annual accounting.
- 6-126 Power of guardian appointed by parent ceases.
- 6-127 Release of minor ward at majority.
- 6-128 Discharge of guardian.
- 7-101 Purpose of adoptions.
- 7-102 Definitions.
- 7-103 Jurisdiction over adoptions.
- 7-104 Foreign decree.
- 7-105 Types of adoptions.
- 7-106 In camera determination of enrollment.
- 7-110 Eligibility for statutory adoption.
- 7-111 Eligibility to adopt by statutory process.
- 7-112 Consent to adoption.
- 7-113 Written consent must state.
- 7-114 Voluntary relinquishment.
- 7-115 Written relinquishment must state.
- 7-116 Adoptive placement designations.
- 7-117 Withdrawal of consent or revocation of voluntary relinquishment.
- 7-118 Notice of motion to set aside consent or relinquishment.
- 7-119 Disposition of child following voluntary relinquishment of parental rights.
- 7-130 Confidential nature of proceedings and record.
- 7-131 Appointment of Guardian Ad Litem.
- 7-132 Petition.
- 7-133 Investigation/contents of adoptive assessment.
- 7-134 Compensation.
- 7-135 When consent of parents is unnecessary.
- 7-136 Notice and hearing for adoptions without consent.
- 7-137 Consent of child.
- 7-138 Interlocutory decree.
- 7-139 Final decree.
- 7-140 Effect of final decree.
- 7-141 Registration of final decree; amendment of records; inspection.
- 7-142 Reversing a final decree of adoption.
- 7-143 Appeals.
- 7-144 Right to intervene.
- Subchapter 1. General Provisions
Osage Nation Child Support Services Department
- 8-201 Establishment and duties.
- 8-202 Structure and staff; Director duties.
- 8-203 Authority of Osage Nation Child Support Services Department.
- 8-204 Powers of Osage Nation Child Support Services Department.
- 8-205 Program services.
- 8-206 Application, termination of services, address of record reimbursements.
- 8-207 Record maintenance, disclosure of information.
- 8-208 Closure of child support cases.
- 8-209 Representation.
- 8-210 Public debt.
- 8-211 Assignment of child support.
- 8-212 Inter-governmental case processing.
- 8-213 Expedited procedures.
Child Support Guidelines
- 8-301 General.
- 8-302 Termination of parental rights.
- 8-303 Adoption of a child.
- 8-304 Minor child as parent.
- 8-305 Disclosure of social security numbers.
- 8-306 Child support guidelines.
- 8-307 Qualifying deductions for adjustments for other children; computation of deduction.
- 8-308 Computation of child support obligation; percentage of combined gross income of both parents; computation for each parent required; transportation expenses.
- 8-309 Parenting time adjustment.
- 8-310 Health care.
- 8-311 Annualized child care expenses.
- 8-312 Deviations.
- 8-313 Modification of a child support order; standardized forms; procedures.
- 8-314 Child Support Guideline Schedule.
- 8-315 Life insurance.
- 8-316 Past-due child support included in order with payment plan.
- 8-317 Interest.
- 8-318 Judge’s signature required on child support computation form.
- 8-319 Security or bond.
- 8-320 No retroactive modification of a child support order.
- 8-321 Child support payments; transfers; payment to child considered gift; overpayment.
- 8-322 Noncash payment.
- 8-323 Waiver.
Review of Orders, Notice of Past-Due Support, Income Assignment and Withholding
- 8-401 Review of child support orders.
- 8-402 Informal review.
- 8-403 Request for information.
- 8-404 Administrative notice to obligor of past-due child support.
- 8-405 Immediate income assignment and income withholding.
- 8-406 Modification, suspension, termination of income assignment.
- 8-407 Income assignments from another tribe or state.
- 8-408 Income withholding.
Child Support Enforcement Proceedings
- 8-501 General.
- 8-502 Past-due child support; judgment by operation of law.
- 8-503 Liens.
- 8-504 Initiated income assignment.
- 8-505 Payment plan.
- 8-506 Employment requirement.
- 8-507 Denial, revocation, limitation of passport.
- 8-508 Levy.
- 8-509 Consumer reporting.
- 8-510 Tax interception and administrative offsets.
- 8-511 Revocation, suspension or denial of licenses.
- 8-512 Termination of order for revocation or suspension of license.
- 8-513 Bond or security payment for past-due child support.
- 8-514 Publication of names.
- 8-515 Limited exceptions to enforcement proceedings.
Full Faith and Credit, Bankruptcy, Statute of Limitations, Contempt
- 8-601 Full faith and credit.
- 8-602 Bankruptcy.
- 8-603 Severability clause.
- 8-604 Statute of limitations.
- 8-605 Indirect contempt proceedings.
- 8-606 Purge and sentence requirements.
- 8-607 Tribal Intervention Program (TIP).
- 8-608 Paternity and support of alleged or adjudicated deprived child; support orders and payments; rules.
- 1 General Provisions
- 1-101 Law applicable to civil actions.
- 1-102 Judgments in civil actions.
- 1-103 Costs in civil actions.
- 1-104 Applicable civil procedure.
- 1-105 Applicable Rules of Evidence.
- 1-106 Execution; collection of judgments; attachments; garnishments.
- 1-107 Jury trials.
- 1-108 Appeals of administrative decisions of officials of the Osage Nation government.
- 1-109 Sovereign immunity.
- 2 Stipulation of Jurisdiction
- 3 Foreign Judgments
Execution on Judgment
- 4-101 Short title.
- 4-102 Executions; defined.
- 4-103 Kinds of execution.
- 4-104 Property subject to levy.
- 4-105 Property bound after seizure.
- 4-106 Execution must be issued within five years.
- 4-107 Priority among property.
- 4-108 Priority among executions.
- 4-109 Levy by priority.
- 4-110 Who makes levy.
- 4-111 When levy void.
- 4-112 Penalty for unlawful levy.
- 4-113 Levy on property claimed by third person.
- 4-114 Redelivery to defendant.
- 4-115 Notice of sale of chattels.
- 4-116 Further levy when property taken insufficient.
- 4-117 Filing and indexing of execution.
- 4-118 Waiver of appraisement.
- 4-119 Return of appraisement.
- 4-120 When lien restricted.
- 4-121 Notice of sale of realty.
- 4-122 Confirmation of sale.
- 4-123 Police Chief’s deed.
- 4-124 Advance of printer’s fees.
- 4-125 Demand for printing fees.
- 4-126 Place of sale.
- 4-127 Other executions of realty not sold.
- 4-128 Levy on realty under several executions.
- 4-129 Deed by successor of officer making sale.
- 4-130 Payment to defendant of overplus after sale.
- 4-131 Reversal of judgment after sale of interest in land.
- 4-132 Execution on judgment in favor of Nation.
- 4-133 Reappraisal where realty twice advertised for sale.
- 4-134 Return of execution.
- 4-135 Principal and surety.
- 4-136 Hearing on assets.
- 5-101 Findings.
- 5-102 Determination of rights, status or other legal relations; exceptions.
- 5-103 Pleadings.
- 5-104 Declaratory relief; venue; parties.
- 5-105 Determination to have effect of final judgment; reviewable as other judgments.
- 5-106 Additional relief after determination of rights or status.
- 5-107 Issues of fact.
- 5-108 Supreme Court granted limited original jurisdiction.
- 5-109 Courts and agencies to which Act not applicable.
Small Claims Procedure
- 6-101 Short title.
- 6-102 Suits authorized under small claims procedure.
- 6-103 Venue of actions arising upon contract.
- 6-104 Affidavits; form; filing.
- 6-105 Preparation of affidavit; copies.
- 6-106 Service of affidavit and order upon defendant.
- 6-107 Date for appearance of defendant.
- 6-108 Transfer of actions from small claims docket to another docket.
- 6-109 Counterclaim or setoff by verified answer.
- 6-110 Claim, counterclaim, or setoff in excess of Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000.00).
- 6-111 Attachment or garnishment; depositions; interrogatories; new parties; intervention.
- 6-112 Trial by Court; request for reporter or jury; evidence; informality; mailing of judgment.
- 6-113 Payment of judgment.
- 6-114 Appeals.
- 6-115 Fees.
- 6-116 Costs.
- 6-117 Small claims judgment as lien; release.
- 6-118 Judgments for payment of money; processing and collection.
- 6-119 Dismissal of action; failure to file pleadings or serve process.
- 6-120 Repeal; conflicting law.
- 7 Change of Name
- 1 General Provisions
Corporations, Partnerships and Associations
- 1 Corporations [Reserved]
Limited Liability Companies
- 2-101 Short title.
- 2-102 Authority and purposes.
- 2-103 Scope.
- 2-104 Applicable law.
- 2-105 Definitions.
- 2-106 Name.
- 2-107 Registered office and registered agent.
- 2-108 Nation as member.
- 2-109 Nature of business.
- 2-110 Execution of documents.
- 2-111 Filing.
- 2-112 Certificate of status.
- 2-113 Execution by judicial act.
- 2-114 Interstate application.
- Part 2. Articles of Organization and Dealing with LLC
- Part 3. Members and Managers
- Part 4. Finance
- Part 5. Nonliquidating Distributions
- Part 6. Ownership and Transfer of Property
- Part 7. Dissolution
- Part 8. Merger
Limited Liability Companies Wholly Owned by the Osage Nation
- Subpart 1. General Provisions for Osage Nation Owned LLCs
- Subpart 2. Special Formation Requirements for LLCs Wholly Owned by the Osage Nation
- Subpart 3. Management of Osage Nation Owned LLCs
- Subpart 4. Decisions and Voting by the Nation as Member
- Subpart 5. Distributions to Nation as Member
- Subpart 6. Additional Reports and Audits
- Subpart 7. Reserved
- Subpart 8. Reserved
- Subpart 9. Actions against LLC Wholly Owned by the Nation
- Part 10. Registration of Foreign Liability Companies [Reserved]
- Part 11. Repealer and Savings Clause
- Part 1. General Provisions
- 3 Partnerships [Reserved]
- 4 Limited Partnerships [Reserved]
- Subchapter 1. Short Title, Authority, and Purpose
- Subchapter 2. General Provisions Revised
- Subchapter 3. Business License Revised
- Subchapter 4. License Application
- Subchapter 5. Penalty and Enforcement and Appeal
Nonprofit Corporation Code
- 6-101 Short title; authority; privileges and immunities not affected.
- 6-102 Definitions.
- 6-103 Applicability.
- 6-104 Purpose.
- 6-105 General powers.
- 6-106 Corporate name.
- 6-107 Registered office and registered agent.
- 6-108 Registered agent as an agent for service.
- 6-109 Books and records.
- 6-110 Shares of stock and dividends prohibited.
- 6-111 Loans to directors and officers prohibited.
- Part 2. Members
- Part 3. Board of Directors
- Part 4. Officers
Formation; Articles of Incorporation
- 6-501 Incorporators.
- 6-502 Articles of incorporation.
- 6-503 Filing of articles of incorporation.
- 6-504 Effect of issuance of certificate of incorporation.
- 6-505 Organizational meeting.
- 6-506 Right to amend articles of incorporation.
- 6-507 Procedure to amend articles of incorporation.
- 6-508 Articles of amendment.
- 6-509 Filing of articles of amendment.
- 6-510 Effect of certificate of amendment.
- 6-511 Bylaws.
Dissolution and Liquidation
- 6-601 Voluntary dissolution.
- 6-602 Distribution of assets.
- 6-603 Articles of dissolution.
- 6-604 Filing of articles of dissolution.
- 6-605 Involuntary dissolution.
- 6-606 Jurisdiction of Court to liquidate assets and affairs of corporation.
- 6-607 Procedure in liquidation of corporation by Court.
- 6-608 Qualification of receivers.
- 6-609 Filing of claims in liquidation proceedings.
- 6-610 Discontinuance of liquidation proceedings.
- 6-611 Decree of involuntary dissolution.
- 6-612 Filing of decree of dissolution.
- 6-613 Deposits with Secretary of the Osage Nation.
Public Purpose Corporation
- 6-701 Purpose and formation.
- 6-702 Arm of the Nation; privileges and immunities.
- 6-703 Additional requirements for waivers of sovereign immunity by Board resolution.
- 6-704 Voting interest of Nation.
- 6-705 Applicability and application of certain laws of the Osage Nation.
- 6-706 Financial, operating and program development reports to the Nation.
- 6-707 Audit at direction of Nation.
- 6-708 Enforcement action by Nation.
Reports and Certificates
- 6-801 Annual report of domestic and foreign corporations.
- 6-802 Filing of annual report of corporation.
- 6-803 Penalties imposed upon corporations.
- 6-804 Fees for filing documents and issuing certificates.
- 6-805 Certificates and certified copies to be received in evidence.
- 6-806 Forms to be furnished by the Secretary of the Osage Nation.
- Part 9. Miscellaneous
- Part 1. General Provisions
- Chapters 7 to 8
- 9 Secured Transactions [Renumbered]
- 10 Banks and Banking [Reserved]
Trial Court and Supreme Court
- 1-101 Supreme Court.
- 1-102 Trial Court.
- 1-103 Territorial jurisdiction.
- 1-104 Criminal jurisdiction.
- 1-105 Civil jurisdiction; limitations of actions.
- 1-106 Time limitations.
- 1-107 Jurisdictional limitations.
- 1-108 Composition of courts.
- 1-109 Court Clerk.
- 1-110 Prosecutors of both criminal and civil actions.
- 1-111 Standards governing appearance of attorneys, lay counselors, and pro se appearances.
- 1-112 Court records.
- 1-113 Conflicts of interest; ex parte communications.
- 1-114 Court costs.
- 1-115 Recording of hearings and trials.
- 1-116 Court dates and attendance.
- 1-117 Process; Court seal.
- 1-118 Court rules.
- 1-119 Jury trials.
- 1-120 The Indian Civil Rights Act.
- 1-121 Oath of office.
- 1-122 Immunity from suit.
- 2 Juvenile Court [Reserved]
- 1 Trial Court and Supreme Court
Crimes and Offenses
- Short Title and Application
Crimes Against Property
- 1-101 Arson in the first degree.
- 1-102 Arson in the second degree.
- 1-103 Arson in the third degree.
- 1-104 Arson in the fourth degree.
- 1-105 Endangering or causing personal injury to human life during commission of arson.
- 1-106 Fraudulent bill of lading.
- 1-107 Fraudulent warehouse receipts.
- 1-108 Correspondence between instrument and merchandise received.
- 1-109 Duplicate receipts or vouchers.
- 1-110 Selling goods without consent of holder of bill of lading.
- 1-111 Unlawful delivery of goods.
- 1-111.1 When law does not apply.
- 1-112 Larceny.
- 1-112.1 Receiving stolen property – Presumption.
- 1-113 Burglary in first degree.
- 1-114 Burglary in second degree; acts constituting.
- 1-115 Burglary.
- 1-116 Possession of burglar’s implements.
- 1-117.0 Trespass in a building, structure, or conveyance.
- 1-117.1 Trespass in an occupied building, structure, or conveyance.
- 1-117.2 Armed trespass in an occupied building, structure, or conveyance.
- 1-117.3 Trespass on property other than a structure or conveyance.
- 1-117.4 Trespass on farming, ranching, or forestry land.
- 1-117.5 Reasonable use of force authorized.
- 1-117.6 Affirmative defenses to trespass.
- 1-117.7 Unlawful tampering with posted notice.
- 1-117.8 Unlawful placing signs adjacent to roadways.
- 1-117.9 Exceptions to the trespass laws.
- 1-118 Dwelling and dwelling house defined.
- 1-119 Night time defined.
- 1-120 Burglary with explosives.
- 1-121 Possession of certain tools by persons previously convicted of burglary.
- 1-122 Embezzlement defined.
- 1-123 Evidence of debt subject of embezzlement.
- 1-124 Property taken under claim of title.
- 1-125 Intent to restore no defense.
- 1-126 Mitigation of punishment.
- 1-127 Property or goods under control of carrier or other person for purpose of interstate transportation; abandonment without notice to owner.
- 1-127.1 Unlawful burning without a permit.
- 1-127.2 Unlawful burning during a no-burn day.
- 1-128 Extortion defined.
- 1-129 Threats constituting extortion.
- 1-130 Extortion or attempted extortion.
- 1-131 Extortion under color of official right.
- 1-132 Obtaining signature by extortion.
- 1-133 Threatening letters.
- 1-134 Blackmail.
- 1-135 Real property loans; securing by false instrument; penalty.
- 1-136 Securing credit fraudulently; penalty.
- 1-137 Fraudulent advertising prohibited; punishment.
- 1-138 Value of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) or less; value of more than Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) but less than One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00); value of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) or more.
- 1-139 False increase of weight.
- 1-140 Mock auction.
- 1-141 Fraud by auctioneer.
- 1-142 Fictitious co-partnership.
- 1-143 Animals, false pedigree of.
- 1-144 Destroying evidence of ownership of wrecked property.
- 1-145 Misrepresentations in sale of nursery stock.
- 1-146 Penalty; time for prosecution.
- 1-147 Insignia, badge or pin calculated to deceive; name of society, order or organization calculated to deceive; punishment.
- 1-148 Telecommunication services; unlawful procurement; penalty.
- 1-149 Devices or plans to procure services; making, possessing, etc., prohibited; penalty.
- 1-150 Amateur radio operators exempt.
- 1-151 Misrepresentation of age by false document.
- 1-152 Provisions as cumulative.
- 1-153 Motor vehicle lease or rental; payment by false or bogus check.
- 1-154 Publication of telephone credit card information for fraudulent purposes.
- 1-155 Penalties; civil action for damages.
- 1-156 Falsely holding out as notary or performing notarial act; penalty.
- 1-157 False personation; marriage; becoming bail or surety; execution of instrument; creating liability or benefit.
- 1-158 Receiving money or property intended for individual personated.
- 1-159 Penalties; definitions; certain defenses excluded.
- 1-160 Identity theft; penalties; civil action.
- 1-161 Fraudulently obtaining another person’s information of financial institution; Presenting false or fraudulent information to officer, employee, agent or another customer of financial institution.
- 1-162 Identity theft incident report; preparation and filing by Osage Nation Police Department; reports not considered open cases.
- 1-163 Obtaining or attempting to obtain property by trick or deception; false statements or pretenses; confidence game; penalty.
- 1-164 Value of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) but less than One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00); value of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) or more.
- 1-165 Value of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) or more; value of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) or more but less than One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00).
- 1-166 False or bogus check or checks defined; prima facie evidence of intent to defraud and knowledge of insufficient funds or credit; effect of refusal by drawee of check offered for purchase of goods or livestock.
- 1-167 Credit defined.
- 1-168 Refund fraud; penalties.
- 1-169 Obtaining property or signature under false pretenses; use of retail sales receipt or universal price code label to cheat or defraud.
- 1-170 Obtaining signature or property for charitable purposes by false pretenses.
- 1-171 False negotiable paper.
- 1-172 Using false check; false token.
- 1-173 Removing, defacing, altering or obliterating; subsequent sale.
- 1-174 Person acquiring machine or device with mark removed, altered, etc.
- 1-175 Vehicles excepted.
- 1-176 Changes of serial numbers by original manufacturer.
- 1-177 Person committing crime in possession or control of firearm with removed, defaced, etc., serial number.
Credit Card Crimes
- 1-178 Short title.
- 1-179 Value of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) or less; value of more than Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00).
- 1-180 Actual notice.
- 1-181 Definitions.
- 1-182 Taking credit or debit card; receiving taken credit or debit card.
- 1-183 Receiving, holding or concealing lost or mislaid card.
- 1-184 Selling or buying credit or debit card.
- 1-185 Controlling credit or debit card as security for debt.
- 1-186 Receiving taken or retained card upon giving consideration.
- 1-187 False making or embossing of credit or debit card.
- 1-188 Signing of card; possession of signed or unsigned card.
- 1-189 Forged or revoked card.
- 1-190 Failure to furnish money, goods or services represented to have been furnished.
- 1-191 Possessing incomplete cards.
- 1-192 Receiving money, goods or services in violation of 6 ONC §§ 1-182 through 1-191.
- 1-193 Penalties.
- 1-194 Other criminal law not precluded; exception.
- 1-195 Provisions cumulative.
- 1-196 Definitions; offenses; penalties.
- 1-197 Entities authorized to print identification documents, cards and certificates; Issuance of certain documents limited to citizens, nationals and legal permanent resident aliens.
- 1-198 False or fraudulent identification cards, etc.; seizure and forfeiture of cards and equipment; service of notice; hearing; claim for equipment; liability; expenses; proceeds; definitions.
- 1-199 Use of false weights and measures.
- 1-200 Retaining same knowingly.
- 1-201 False weights and measures may be seized.
- 1-202 Testing seized weights and measures; disposition.
- 1-203 Destruction of false weights or measures after conviction.
- 1-204 Marking false weight or false tare.
- 1-205 Wills, deeds and certain other instruments, forgery of.
- 1-206 Forgery of public securities.
- 1-207 Public and corporate seals, forgery of.
- 1-208 Records, forgery of.
- 1-209 Making false entries in record.
- 1-210 Making false certificate of acknowledgment.
- 1-211 False bank note plates.
- 1-212 Imitation of genuine bank note defined.
- 1-213 Notes, checks, bills, drafts; sale, exchange or delivery.
- 1-214 Possession of forged evidences of debt.
- 1-215 Possession of other forged instruments.
- 1-216 Issuing spurious certificates of stock.
- 1-217 Reissuing canceled certificates of stock.
- 1-218 False evidences of debt.
- 1-219 Counterfeiting coin.
- 1-220 Counterfeiting coin for exportation.
- 1-221 Forging process of court or title to property, etc.
- 1-222 Making false entries in public book.
- 1-223 Forging tickets or passage.
- 1-224 Postage stamps, forging.
- 1-225 False entries in corporation books.
- 1-226 Officer or employee of corporation making false entries.
- 1-227 Possession of counterfeit coin.
- 1-228 Uttering forged instruments or coin.
- 1-229 Falsely obtaining signature.
- 1-230 Forgery a misdemeanor.
- 1-231 Fraudulently uttering one’s signature as that of another of same name.
- 1-232 Fraudulently uttering one’s endorsement as another’s.
- 1-233 Erasure and obliterations.
- 1-234 Writing and written defined.
- 1-235 Signing fictitious names as officers of corporations.
- 1-236 False or bogus order directing payment of money.
- 1-237 False or bogus orders as payment for labor; penalties.
- 1-238 Fraudulently altering, forging, reproducing abstracter’s certificate or signature.
- 1-239 Fraud in subscription for stock.
- 1-240 Fraud in procuring organization of stock company.
- 1-241 Unauthorized use of names.
- 1-242 Omitting to enter receipt.
- 1-243 Destroying or falsifying books.
- 1-244 False reports of corporation; refusal to make report.
- 1-245 Inspection of corporate books, refusing to permit.
- 1-246 Insolvencies deemed fraudulent.
- 1-247 Fraudulent insolvency; how punishable.
- 1-248 Violation of duty by officer of corporation.
- 1-249 Director presumed to have knowledge.
- 1-250 Director presumed to have assented, when.
- 1-251 Presumption of assent when director was absent from meeting.
- 1-252 Foreign corporation no defense.
- 1-253 Director defined.
- 1-254 False claim or proof of loss in insurance.
- 1-255 Workers’ compensation fraud; punishment.
- 1-256 Fraudulent conveyance.
- 1-257 Fraudulent removal of property.
- 1-258 Assignment to creditor with preference.
- 1-259 Frauds by insolvent debtor.
Crimes Against Persons
Homicide and Suicide
- 2-110 Homicide defined.
- 2-111 Homicide classified.
- 2-112 Proof necessary to conviction of murder or manslaughter.
- 2-113 Murder in the first degree.
- 2-114 Murder in the second degree.
- 2-115 Solicitation for murder in the first degree.
- 2-116 Design to effect death inferred.
- 2-117 Premeditation.
- 2-118 Anger or intoxication no defense.
- 2-119 Act imminently dangerous and evincing depraved mind.
- 2-120 Manslaughter in the first degree.
- 2-121 Manslaughter in the second degree.
- 2-130 Attempted lethal poisoning.
- 2-131 Vehicular homicide.
- 2-132 Vessel homicide.
- 2-133 Owner of mischievous animal which kills person.
- 2-140 Excusable homicide.
- 2-141 Justifiable homicide by officer.
- 2-142 Justifiable homicide by any person.
- 2-151 Aiding suicide.
- 2-152 Aid in attempt to commit suicide.
Assault and Battery
- 2-161 Battery.
- 2-162 Assault.
- 2-163 Battery with a dangerous weapon.
- 2-164 Assault with a dangerous weapon.
- 2-165 Aggravated battery.
- 2-166 Aggravated assault.
- 2-167 Aggravated assault or aggravated battery on persons sixty-five (65) years of age or older.
- 2-168 Battery by placing or throwing vitriol, corrosive acid, flammable substance, or caustic chemical of any nature.
- 2-169 Force against another not unlawful – Self-defense.
- 2-171 Battery upon police officer or other peace officer.
- 2-172 Assault, battery, aggravated assault, or aggravated battery on specified official or public employee.
- 2-173 Placing body wastes or fluids upon government employee or contractor.
- Domestic Violence
- 2-201 Rape in the first degree.
- 2-202 Rape in the second degree.
- 2-203 Rape by instrumentation.
- 2-211 Sexual battery.
- 2-212 Lewd or lascivious conduct committed upon or in the presence of persons less than sixteen (16) years of age.
- 2-213 Lewd or lascivious offenses committed upon or in the presence of an elderly person or disabled person.
- 2-214 Unlawful exposure of sexual organs.
- 2-215 Obscene or indecent writings, pictures, or publications of minors.
- 2-216 Illicit solicitation of minors.
- 2-221 Dangerous sexual offender – Mandatory sentencing.
- 2-222 Failure to report sexual battery.
- 2-231 Failure to report obscene or pornographic material depicting minors.
- 2-232 Delivery, determination and destruction of obscene materials upon examination of the accused.
- 2-241 Illicit use of Osage Nation computer system or network.
- 2-242 Illicit surveillance or illicit use of surveillance equipment.
- 2-251 Nonconsensual dissemination of private sexual images.
- 2-252 Nonconsensual dissemination of private sexual images for profit or gain.
- 2-253 Illicit transmission of pornography by electronic device or equipment.
- 2-254 Illicit transmission of material harmful to minors to a minor by electronic device or equipment prohibited.
- 2-255 Sexting – Prohibited acts – Penalties.
- 2-261 Zone of safety – Schools, child care centers, playgrounds, and parks – Restrictions on convicted sex offenders – Exemptions.
- 2-401 Shooting or discharging firearm with intent to kill.
- 2-402 Use of vehicle to facilitate discharge of weapon in conscious disregard of safety of others.
- 2-403 Unlawful throwing, projecting, placing, or discharging of destructive device or bomb that results in injury to another.
- 2-405 Aggravated unlawful throwing, projecting, placing, or discharging of destructive device or bomb that results in injury to another.
- 2-406 Using firearm while under the influence of alcoholic beverages, chemical substances, intoxicants, or controlled substances.
- 2-407 Discharging firearm in public or on residential property.
- 2-408 Improper exhibition of dangerous weapons or firearms.
- 2-409 Possession of firearm or ammunition prohibited when person is subject to an injunction against committing acts of domestic violence, stalking, or cyberstalking.
- 2-410 Unlawful possession of firearm or ammunition by violent career criminal.
- 2-412 Discharging a laser at law enforcement or an aircraft.
- 2-501 Force or fear – How employed.
- 2-502 What fear is an element.
- 2-503 Degrees of robbery.
- 2-511 Robbery in the first degree.
- 2-512 Robbery in the second degree.
- 2-513 Robbery by two or more persons.
- 2-514 Robbery or attempted robbery with dangerous weapon or imitation firearm.
- 2-515 Armed home-invasion robbery.
- 2-516 Unarmed home-invasion robbery.
- 2-517 Carjacking.
Children, Spouses and Vulnerable Adults
- 2-601 Caretakers – Definitions.
- 2-602 Abuse of charge.
- 2-603 Verbal abuse of charge.
- 2-604 Sexual abuse of charge.
- 2-605 Neglect of charge.
- 2-606 Financial neglect of charge.
- 2-607 Exploitation of charge.
- 2-608 Abuse of vulnerable adult.
- 2-609 Sexual abuse of vulnerable adult.
- 2-611 Exploitation of vulnerable adult.
- 2-612 Neglect of vulnerable adult.
- 2-621 Exploitation of elderly or disabled adult.
- 2-622 Aggravated exploitation of elderly or disabled adult.
- 2-623 Knowledge of victim’s age.
- 2-631 Spousal neglect.
- 2-632 Spousal verbal abuse.
- 2-641 Child abuse.
- 2-642 Enabling child abuse.
- 2-643 Aggravated child abuse.
- 2-644 Enabling aggravated child abuse.
- 2-645 Child neglect.
- 2-646 Enabling child neglect.
- 2-651 Child sexual abuse.
- 2-652 Enabling child sexual abuse.
- 2-653 Child sexual exploitation.
- 2-654 Enabling child sexual exploitation.
- 2-655 Subsequent sexual assault involving a child victim.
- 2-656 Failure to report child death or disappearance.
- 2-657 Unlawful habitual practices in presence of child.
- 2-658 Misuse of child support money.
- 2-659 Payment of costs by defendant upon conviction.
- 2-660 Appointment of representatives for child.
- 2-661 Ordinary force as means of discipline not prohibited.
- 2-662 Desertion of children under age of ten (10) a crime.
- 2-663 Omission to provide for a child.
- 2-664 Fleeing to avoid providing for a child.
- 2-665 Harboring fugitive or endangered runaway child.
- 2-666 Trafficking in children – Definitions.
- 2-667 Trafficking in children.
- 2-671 Failure to file affidavit of adoption costs.
- 2-672 Fraudulent offer for adoption.
- 2-673 Prohibitions on certain adoption advertisements.
- 2-674 Publishing information to assist in minor abduction.
- 2-675 Unlawful payment for adoption.
- 2-676 Fraudulent solicitation for adoption.
- 2-677 Obtaining excessive compensation for adoption.
- 2-678 Failure to report trafficking in children.
Kidnapping, Trafficking, Harassment and Coercion
- 2-701 Kidnapping.
- 2-702 Kidnapping for purpose of extortion.
- 2-703 Assisting in kidnapping for purpose of extortion.
- 2-704 False imprisonment.
- 2-705 Aggravated false imprisonment.
- 2-706 Custodial interference.
- 2-707 Criminal coercion.
- 2-711 Criminal harassment.
- 2-712 Aggravated criminal harassment.
- 2-713 Stalking.
- 2-714 Aggravated stalking.
- 2-715 Cyberstalking.
- 2-716 Doxxing a public official.
- 2-721 Human trafficking – Definitions.
- 2-722 Human trafficking.
- 2-723 Forcing, compelling, or coercing another to become a prostitute.
- 2-724 Unlawful dissemination of trafficking shelter or domestic violence shelter.
- 2-725 Guidelines for treatment of human trafficking victims – Right to civil action.
- 2-726 Unlawful renting space to be used for lewdness, assignation, or prostitution.
- 2-727 Threatening or intimidating laborers.
- 2-728 Threatening or intimidating employers.
- 2-729 Unlawfully compelling a person to marry.
- 2-730 Unlawful attempt to compel a person to marry.
- Locking Devices
- 2-911 Canine control act.
- 2-912 Definitions.
- 2-913 Failure to restrain or contain canine.
- 2-914 Civil liability.
- 2-915 Unrestrained dangerous dog.
- 2-916 Police canine or service dog – Exemption.
- 2-917 Releasing canine upon law enforcement or government officials.
- 2-918 Intentional interference with the use of a disability aid.
- 2-919 Intentional misrepresentation of animal as service animal.
- 3 Inchoate Crimes
Crimes Against Public Justice
- 4-101 Bribery.
- 4-102 Improper influence in official matters.
- 4-103 Retaliation for past official action.
- 4-104 Improper gifts to public servants.
- 4-105 Unofficial misconduct.
- 4-106 Oppression in office.
- 4-107 Misusing public money.
- 4-108 Perjury in the first degree.
- 4-109 Perjury in the second degree.
- 4-110 Tampering with witnesses.
- 4-111 Tampering with evidence.
- 4-112 Tampering with public records.
- 4-113 Impersonating a public servant.
- 4-114 Obstructing governmental function.
- 4-126 False arrest.
- 4-127 Refusing to aid an officer.
- 4-128 Obstructing justice.
- 4-129 Providing contraband.
- 4-130 Resisting lawful arrest.
- 4-131 Escape.
- 4-132 Bail jumping.
- 4-133 Failure to obey a lawful order of the Court.
- 4-134 Unlawful return of banished persons.
- 4-135 Aiding return of banished persons.
- 4-136 Hindrance of sex offender registration.
- 4-140 False alarms.
- 4-141 Doing business without a license.
- 4-142 Tampering with public property.
- 4-143 Injuring public property.
- 4-151 Compensation for past official behavior.
- 4-152 Official unlawful action.
- 4-153 Special influence.
Crimes Against Public Health, Safety and Welfare
- 5-101 Rioting.
- 5-102 Failure to disperse.
- 5-103 Disorderly conduct.
- 5-104 Harassment.
- 5-105 Public nuisance.
- 5-106 Disrupting a public or religious assembly.
- 5-107 Weapons offense.
- 5-108 Dangerous devices.
- 5-116 Desecration.
- 5-117 Littering.
- 5-120 Unlawful interference with places of burial.
- 5-121 Destruction, mutilation or injury of cemetery structures.
- 5-122 Buying, selling or bartering for profit of human skeletal remains or associated funerary items.
- 5-123 Display of open burial ground, funerary objects, or skeletal remains for profit.
- 5-124 Failure to report humans remains and disturbance of burials.
- 5-125 Reserved.
- 5-126 Abusing a corpse.
- 5-127 Prostitution.
- 5-128 Spreading venereal disease.
- 5-129 Obscenity.
- 5-130 Child pornography.
- 5-136 Intoxication.
- 5-137 Possession of an alcoholic beverage.
- 5-138 Tobacco offense.
- 5-139 Abuse of psychotoxic chemical solvents.
- 5-140 Dangerous drug offense.
- 5-141 Possession of drug paraphernalia.
- 5-151 Cruelty to animals.
- 5-152 Livestock offense.
- 5-160 Zone of safety.
- 5-161 False reports.
- 5-162 Emergency telephone abuse.
- 5-163 Violation of privacy.
- 5-164 Criminal defamation.
- 5-165 Water offenses.
- 5-166 Contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
- 5-167 Trafficking in children.
- 5-168 Curfew violation.
- 5-169 Fireworks offense.
- Subchapter 2. Anti-Methamphetamine Act
Sex Offender Registration and Notification
- 5-301 Short title.
- 5-302 Preamble.
- 5-303 Purpose.
- 5-304 Constitutional authority.
- 5-305 No waiver of sovereign immunity.
- 5-306 Establishment.
- 5-307 Applicability.
- 5-308 Criminal and civil sanctions.
- 5-309 Definitions.
- 5-310 Offenses.
- 5-311 Tier 1 offense.
- 5-312 Tier 2 offenses.
- 5-313 Tier 3 offenses.
- 5-314 Registration requirements for sex offenders.
- 5-315 Failure to register.
- 5-316 Providing false information.
- 5-317 Registration requirements of the Osage Nation.
- 5-318 Maintenance and management of registry.
- 5-319 Registry information required to be preserved by the Osage Nation.
- 5-320 Mandatory exclusions.
- 5-321 Registry information required to keep registration current.
- 5-322 The Osage Nation as residence, employer and school jurisdictions.
- 5-323 Employees of the Osage Nation.
- 5-324 Forms for updating offender information.
- 5-401 Definitions.
- 5-402 Protective order petition, form and filing fee.
- 5-403 Emergency ex parte order.
- 5-404 Hearing; service of process; period of relief. Revised
- 5-405 Police to be sent a copy.
- 5-406 Violations and penalties.
- 5-407 Order valid nationwide unless modified.
- 5-408 Seizure and forfeiture of weapons and instruments.
- 5-409 Warrantless arrest and proceedings.
- 5-410 Statement required on all ex parte and final protective orders. Revised
- 5-411 Foreign protective order valid.
- 5-412 Notice of victim’s rights.
- 5-413 Duties of police officer; emergency protective order.
- 5-414 Orders for the protection of victims.
- 5-415 Expungement of protective orders.
- 5-416 Emergency protective orders in deprived child proceedings.
- Subchapter 1. Offenses
Animal Facilities Protection
- 6-101 Short title.
- 6-102 Definitions.
- 6-103 Prohibited acts with regard to certain animal facilities; penalties; exempted acts.
- 6-104 Veterinarian required to report suspected animal abuse; immunity from civil liability.
- 6-105 Protective custody of abused or neglected animals; bond hearing.
- 6-106 Poisoning animals.
- 6-107 Instigating fights between animals.
- 6-108 Keeping places for fighting animals.
- 6-109 Cruelty to animals.
- 6-110 Greyhounds; using live animal as lure in training; penalties.
- 6-111 Abandoned animals; euthanasia; custody of animal following arrest.
- 6-112 Animals in transit.
- 6-113 Poisonous drugs, unjustifiable administration of.
- 6-114 Abandoning of domestic animals along streets or highways or in any public place prohibited.
- 6-115 Definitions.
- 6-116 Instigating or encouraging cockfight.
- 6-117 Keeping place, equipment or facilities for cockfighting.
- 6-118 Servicing or facilitating cockfight.
- 6-119 Owning, possessing, keeping or training bird for fighting.
- 6-120 Spectators.
- 6-121 Seizure, destruction, or forfeiture of cockfighting equipment or facilities.
- 6-122 Exemptions.
- 6-123 Definitions.
- 6-124 Instigating or encouraging dogfight; misdemeanor; penalty.
- 6-125 Keeping place, equipment or facilities for dogfighting; misdemeanor; penalty.
- 6-126 Servicing or facilitating dogfight; misdemeanor; penalty.
- 6-127 Owning, possessing, keeping or training dog for fighting; misdemeanor; penalty.
- 6-128 Spectators.
- 6-129 Seizure, destruction or forfeiture of dogfighting equipment and facilities.
- 6-130 Exemptions.
- Miscellaneous Animal Offenses
- Scope, Purpose and Construction
- 1 Preliminary Provisions
Proceedings before Trial
- 2-101 The complaint.
- 2-102 Arrest warrant or summons to appear.
- 2-103 Criminal citations.
- 2-104 Arraignment.
- 2-105 Commitments.
- 2-106 Joinder.
- 2-107 Pleas.
- 2-108 Withdrawing guilty plea.
- 2-109 Plea bargaining.
- 2-110 Pleading and motions before trial; defenses and objections.
- 2-111 Concurrent trial of defendants or charges.
- 2-112 Discovery and inspection.
- 2-113 Subpoena.
- 3 Trial
- 4 Judgment and Sentence
- 5 Appeal
- 6 Other Provisions
- 7-101 Setting bail/release on personal recognizance.
- 7-102 Bail schedule.
- 7-103 Release in nonbanishment cases prior to trial.
- 7-104 Release in banishment cases or after conviction.
- 7-105 Penalties for failure to appear.
- 7-106 Persons or classes prohibited as bondsmen.
- 7-107 Authority to act as bail bondsmen.
Cultural and Historic Preservation
- 1 Cultural Preservation
Osage Grave Protection Act
- 2-101 Short title.
- 2-102 Definitions.
- 2-103 Inadvertent discovery of human remains or associated funerary objects on federally owned lands or lands held in trust.
- 2-104 Inadvertent discovery of human remains or associated funerary objects on state or private lands.
- 2-105 Visitation rights of descendants to places of burial.
- 3 Pawhuska Indian Village Ordinance Act
- 4 Museum Fund
Veterans Memorial Commission
- 5-101 Purpose.
- 5-102 Establishment of Osage Veterans Memorial Commission.
- 5-103 Qualifications for voting commission members.
- 5-104 Commission to appoint director.
- 5-105 Duties and responsibilities of Commission.
- 5-106 Vacancy in office of Commission members.
- 5-107 Resignation of a Commission member.
- 5-108 Violations by Commission members.
- 5-109 Revolving fund established.
- 6 Regional Gathering Fund
- 7 Freeman Monument Fund
- 8 Hominy Village Revolving Fund
- 9 Grayhorse Village Revolving Fund
- 10 Pawhuska Village Revolving Fund Revised
- 1 General Provisions
- 2-101 Definition of marriage.
- 2-102 Consanguinity.
- 2-103 Persons having capacity to marry.
- 2-104 Marriage between persons of same gender.
- 2-105 Marriage license requirement.
- 2-106 Issuance and validity of marriage license.
- 2-107 Contents of license; time of return.
- 2-108 Performance or solemnization of marriages; witnesses.
- 2-109 Endorsement and return of marriage license.
- 2-110 Record of application, license and certificate; book.
- 2-111 Additional evidence to determine legal capacity before issuance of marriage license.
- 2-112 Copies of certified records as evidence.
- 2-113 Penalty for solemnizing unlawful marriage.
- 2-114 Unlawfully issuing marriage license, concealing record or performing marriage ceremony; penalty.
- 2-115 Unlawful solicitation of performance of marriage ceremony.
- 2-116 Punishment for violation of Act.
- 2-117 Unlawful sale of papers relating to marriage licenses; penalty.
Dissolution of Marriage
- 3-101 Actions that may be brought; remedies.
- 3-102 Grounds for divorce.
- 3-103 Petition; summons.
- 3-104 Notice of pendency contingent upon service.
- 3-105 Special notice for actions pending in other courts.
- 3-106 Legal newspapers.
- 3-107 Petition for divorce to allege cause following language of statute without statement of facts; bill of particulars.
- 3-108 Answer may allege cause; new matters verified by affidavit.
- 3-109 Proceeding for disposition of actions with minor children.
- 3-110 Custody of child during separation without divorce.
- 3-111 Time for final order where minor children involved; waiver; educational program.
- 3-112 Court authority to mandate educational program concerning impact of separate parenting and coparenting.
- 3-113 Determination of paternity, custody and child support.
- 3-114 Child custody, visitation, and guardianship; domestic abuse, stalking, or harassment.
- 3-115 Visitation rights of grandparent of unmarried minor.
- 3-116 Presumption that man is natural father.
- 3-117 Persons entitled to dispute presumption: time limit.
- 3-118 Establishment of paternity by child.
- 3-119 Policy for equal access to the minor children by parents.
- 3-120 Indirect contempt for disobeying property division orders.
- 3-121 Order to provide minimum visitation for noncustodial parent violation of order.
- 3-122 Child Support Enforcement Department recognized duties.
- 3-123 Care, custody and support of minor children.
- 3-124 Evidence of domestic abuse considered; rebuttable presumption.
- 3-125 Interest on delinquent child support and suit moneys payment.
- 3-126 Restoration of maiden or former name – Alimony – Property division.
- 3-127 Separate property.
- 3-128 Divorce dissolves marriage contract and bars property claims; exception for actual fraud.
- 3-129 Unlawful to marry within six months from date of divorce decree; penalty for remarriage and cohabitation; appeal.
- 3-130 Remarriage as ground for annulment.
- 3-131 Time when judgment is final in divorce; appeal.
- 3-132 Action to void marriage due to incapacity.
- 3-133 Alimony without divorce.
- 3-134 Residency in divorce action.
- 3-135 Dissolution of divorce decree.
- 3-136 Costs in child support enforcement cases.
- 3-137 Contracts altering legal relations not allowed; exceptions.
- 3-138 Mutual consent as consideration.
- 3-139 Husband and wife; joint tenants, tenants in common or separate property.
- 3-140 Liability for acts and debts of the other spouse; curtesy and dower not allowed at death.
- 3-141 Full faith and credit to records and judicial orders of other jurisdictions.
- 3-142 Registration of foreign determination of child custody.
- 3-143 Child support.
- 4 Confidentiality of Domestic Violence Victims
- Title 10 Economic Development
- 1 Repealed
Graduate School Partnership Program
- Subchapter 1. General Provisions
- 2-201 Jurisdiction.
- 2-202 Initial Phase 1; institution partner.
- 2-203 Initial Phase 1; program.
- 2-204 Initial Phase 1; term.
- 2-205 Initial Phase 1; employment at end of term.
- 2-206 Initial Phase 1; program funding.
- 2-207 Initial Phase 1; policy and procedures.
- 2-208 Initial Phase 1; review process.
- 2-209 Development Phase.
- 2-210 Development Phase; funding.
- 2-211 Development Phase; policy and procedures.
- 2-212 Development Phase; review process.
- 2-213 Memorandum of Understanding.
- 2-214 Employment terms upon completion of the program.
- 2-215 Scholarship development.
- 3 Higher Education Scholarship Fund
- 4 Higher Education Scholarship Funding
- 5 Education Fund
- 6 Health Career Summer Program
- 1 General Provisions and Definitions
- 2 Supervisory Bodies
- 3 Funding of Elections
- 4 Qualification and Registration of Voters
Qualification of Candidates
- 5-101 Qualification for Principal Chief and Assistant Principal Chief.
- 5-102 Disqualifications – Executive.
- 5-103 Qualification for Osage Nation Congress.
- 5-104 Disqualifications – Congress.
- 5-105 Apportioned district representation.
- 5-106 Filing dates and requirements for Principal Chief and Assistant Principal Chief.
- 5-107 Filing dates for Osage Nation Congress.
- 5-108 Prohibition against multiple candidacies and holding multiple offices.
- 5-109 Eligibility and filing dates for Judges standing for retention.
- 5-110 Filing fees, submission of declaration of candidacy.
- 5-111 Certification of candidates – Contest of candidacy.
- 5-112 Preparation of ballots.
- 6 Conduct of Elections
- 7 Challenges to Election Results
Initiative, Referendum, and Recall Elections
- 8-101 Exemptions and Restrictions – Initiative and Referendum.
- 8-102 Initiative and referendum.
- 8-103 Recall.
- 8-104 Constitutional amendment.
- 8-105 Signatures and verification.
- 8-106 Procedure for withdrawing signatures.
- 8-107 Prohibition on circulating petitions by Board members.
- 8-108 Prohibition on signing petition for profit.
- 8-109 Prohibition on false signatures.
- 8-110 Coercion or intimidation with respect to petitions and referendum elections.
- 8-111 Verification of eligible voters.
- 8-112 Conflicting measures.
- 8-113 Destroying, suppressing or filing false referendum petition.
- 8-114 Defeat of referred matter.
- 9 Village Elections
- 10 Congressional Vacancies
- 11 Executive Vacancies
- 12 Osage Minerals Council
- 13 Substantial Compliance, Supercession, and Alternate Effective Date
- 14 Campaign Donations
Environment and Natural Resources
Wildlife Conservation Act
- 1-101 Short title.
- 1-102 Findings – Purpose.
- 1-103 Definitions.
- 1-104 Applicability.
- 1-105 Consent to Osage Nation jurisdiction.
- 1-106 Licenses.
- 1-107 Hunter education certification and requirements.
- 1-108 Permits.
- 1-109 Field tagging and checking requirements.
- 1-110 Enforcement of Act and wildlife offenses.
- 1-111 Wildlife offenses citations.
- 1-112 Wildlife offenses.
- 1-113 Mandatory revocation of hunting, fishing, and trapping privileges.
- 1-114 Restitution.
- 1-115 Search of personal property.
- 1-116 Search of real property.
- 1-117 Search of vehicle.
- 1-118 Civil seizure and forfeiture of property.
- 1-119 Forfeiture of property proceedings.
- 1-120 Seizure and use of wildlife.
- 1-121 Criminal penalties.
- 2 Eagle Protection Act
- 3 Natural Resources Regulatory Authority
- 1 Wildlife Conservation Act
Food and Agriculture
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Traditional Foods
- 3 Health and Nutrition
- 4 Food Conservation
Agricultural and Food Safety
- 5-101 Food and harvest safety.
- 5-102 Inspection of farm.
- 5-103 Field to processing transportation.
- 5-104 Worker health and safety.
- 5-105 Biological soils amendment.
- 5-106 Agricultural chemicals.
- 5-107 Contamination of agricultural water.
- 5-108 Recordkeeping.
- 5-109 Packaging, storage, and safe handling of produce.
- 5-110 Temperature controls for processed food.
- 5-111 Loading and unloading of food products.
- 5-112 Temperature controls for the transportation of food.
- 5-113 Labeling.
- 5-114 Products requiring additional care (sprouts).
- 5-115 Good agricultural practices and good handling practices.
- General Provisions
- 1 Purpose, Public Policy, Applicability and Authorizations
- 2 Establishment, Administration and Powers of Commission
Licenses, Applications and License Procedures
- 3-101 License required.
- 3-102 Standard for license.
- 3-103 Application for license.
- 3-104 Required application forms.
- 3-105 Fingerprints.
- 3-106 Withdrawal of application.
- 3-107 Continuing duty to provide information.
- 3-108 Term of license; license fees; parameters of license.
- 3-109 Conditions of license.
- 3-110 Facility license.
- 3-111 Certification of gaming devices.
- 3-112 Provisional license.
- 3-113 Provisional employment pending issuance of license and during temporary license period.
- 3-114 Assignment or transfer.
Background Investigations and License Decisions
- 4-101 Required background investigations.
- 4-102 Standards for background investigations.
- 4-103 Information required for background investigations.
- 4-104 Completion of investigation.
- 4-105 Issuance of license.
- 4-106 Denial of a license application.
- 4-107 Cancellation or suspension.
- 4-108 Eligibility determination and procedures for forwarding applications and reports for key employees and primary management officials to the National Indian Gaming Commission.
- 4-109 Granting a gaming license.
- 4-110 License revocation and suspension following receipt of information from NIGC.
- 4-111 Show cause hearing for manager and primary management officials.
Rules of Procedure for Administrative Hearings
- 5-101 Scope of rules of procedure.
- 5-102 Hearings.
- 5-103 Notice of hearing.
- 5-104 Ex parte communications.
- 5-105 Appearance through counsel.
- 5-106 Discovery procedures for administrative hearings.
- 5-107 Confidential materials.
- 5-108 Subpoenas.
- 5-109 Hearing procedures.
- 5-110 Evidence.
- 5-111 Determinations by the Commission.
- 5-112 Sanctions.
- 6 Appeals
- 7 Auditing and Internal Control
- 8 Exclusion or Ejection of Individuals
- 9 Prohibited Acts
- 10 National Indian Gaming Commission and Compact
- 11-101 Security and surveillance.
- 11-101A Lawful use of force upon another by security personnel.
- 11-102 Compliance with other laws.
- 11-103 Amendments.
- 11-104 Severability.
- 11-105 Words and terms.
- 11-106 Repeal.
- 11-107 Unclaimed winnings.
- 11-108 Patron disputes.
- 11-109 Patron rights regarding disputes.
- 11-110 Gaming Commission action on patron disputes.
- 11-111 Agent for service of process.
- 11-112 Consent to jurisdiction.
- 11-113 Comity and concurrent jurisdiction.
- 11-114 Other powers of the Commission.
- 11-115 Enforcement provisions.
- 12 Gaming Reform Act of 2007 Revised
Competitive Bidding for Casino Projects
- 13-101 Purpose.
- 13-102 Definitions.
- 13-103 Bid notice.
- 13-104 Contract selection.
- 13-105 Awarding the contract.
- 13-106 Execution of contract.
- 13-107 Certain contracts to be negotiated when no bid is received.
- 13-108 Required contract provisions and limitations.
- 13-109 Prohibitions.
- 13-110 Contractor payments.
- 13-111 Inspections.
- 13-112 Construction on force account basis.
- 13-113 Negotiated competitive proposal process.
- 13-114 Emergencies.
- 13-115 Penalties for prohibited acts.
- 1-101 Congressional Sessions.
- 1-102 Findings.
- 1-103 Special Sessions by Proclamation.
- 1-104 Limited waiver of notice requirements in case of national emergency or for Congress to convene after installation to elect officers and form committees.
- 1-105 Congress required to vote on all matters listed on the proclamation unless withdrawn and may suspend all rules relating to first reading in special sessions.
Legislation and Resolutions
- 1A-101 Definitions and applicability to Osage legislation and recipients of Osage funds.
- 1A-102 Short title.
- 1A-103 Repealed.
- 1A-104 Projected revenue.
- 1A-105 Approved annual budgets – Support documentation – Establishing a deadline – Independent budgets.
- 1A-106 Annual appropriation legislation format.
- 1A-107 Employee salaries.
- 1A-108 Budget limitations and authorizations.
- 1A-109 Congressional oversight.
- 1A-109.1 Severability clause.
- 1A-109.2 Osage Minerals Council exemption.
- Subchapter 1B. Projected Revenue
- Subchapter 1C. Annual Authorization and Appropriation
- Subchapter 2. Office of Fiscal and Performance Review
- 1-301 Short title.
- 1-302 Findings.
- 1-303 Purpose.
- 1-304 Subpoena authority of the Osage Nation Congress. Revised
- 1-305 Service of subpoena.
- 1-306 Protection of persons subject to subpoenas.
- 1-307 Duties in responding to a subpoena. Revised
- 1-308 Contempt.
- 1-309 Penalty for contempt.
- 1-310 Recognition of executive privilege.
- 1-311 Sovereign immunity not applicable to individuals of the Osage Nation government to avoid subpoena and/or contempt proceedings.
- Subchapter 4. Vacancies
- Subchapter 1. Sessions
- Subchapter 1. Secretary of the Nation
- Subchapter 2. Requirement of Appropriation
Department of Treasury
- 2-301 Definitions.
- 2-302 Declaration of policy.
- 2-303 Establishment of Department.
- 2-304 Appointment and confirmation of Treasurer.
- 2-304.1 Term of office for Treasurer.
- 2-305 Vacancies and interim appointments.
- 2-306 Compensation.
- 2-307 Bonding.
- 2-308 Removal of Treasurer.
- 2-309 Tribal Court jurisdiction over Department of Treasury.
- 2-310 No waiver of sovereign immunity.
- 2-311 Duties of the Treasurer.
- 2-312 Regulations.
- 2-313 Financial statements.
- 2-314 Enforcement of access to records.
- 2-315 Disbursement of funds – Collection of debts and obligations.
- 2-316 Conversion and misappropriation of funds.
- 2-317 Expenditure of appropriated funds.
- 2-318 Payment of judgments and settlements.
- 2-319 Establishing financial and accounting policies and procedures of the Osage Nation.
- 2-320 Cash receipts and petty cash management.
- 2-321 Financial management planning and investment strategy.
- 2-322 Audits.
- 2-401 Short title.
- 2-402 Finding.
- 2-403 Definitions.
- 2-404 Bid notices.
- 2-405 Contents of bid notices.
- 2-406 Bidding documents to be on file.
- 2-407 Check, bond or irrevocable letter of credit to accompany bid.
- 2-408 Written statement under oath to accompany bid.
- 2-409 Repealed.
- 2-410 Late bids.
- 2-411 Opening of bids.
- 2-412 Solicitation and award of contracts.
- 2-413 Award to other than lowest bidder.
- 2-414 Rejection of bids.
- 2-415 Time for award of contract.
- 2-416 Bids, contracts, bonds open for public inspection.
- 2-417 Execution of contract.
- 2-418 Certain contract to be negotiated when no bid is received.
- 2-419 Required contract provisions and limitations.
- 2-420 Prohibitions.
- 2-421 Penalties for prohibited acts.
- 2-422 Contingency and partial payment – Retainage.
- 2-423 Withdrawal of retainage – Deposit of securities.
- 2-424 Conflict of interest – Criminal and civil penalties.
- 2-425 Competitive bidding process administered in Pawhuska.
- 2-426 Change orders or addenda.
- 2-427 Supervisor’s certification to accompany invoices.
- 2-428 Inspections.
- 2-429 Accounting procedure.
- 2-430 Construction on force account basis.
- 2-431 Builder’s risk insurance.
- 2-432 Repealed.
- 2-433 Conditions for waiving the formal competitive bidding process.
- 2-434 Emergencies.
- 2-435 Choice of law and judicial venue.
- 2-436 Governmental agencies or officers not to exert influence in procuring particular bond or insurance.
- 2-437 Conformity clause.
- 2-438 Presumption of consent to jurisdiction.
- 2-439 Records to Office of Fiscal Performance and Review.
- 2-440 Reports to the Osage Nation Congress.
- Subchapter 5. Encumbered Funds Reporting
- Subchapter 6. Motor Pool
- Subchapter 7. Administrative Services
- Subchapter 8. Administrative Procedures
- Subchapter 9. Osage Nation Lands, Commerce and Public Safety Division Organization
- Subchapter 10. Executive Branch Divisions
Office of Attorney General
- 3-101 Short title.
- 3-102 Purpose.
- 3-103 Definitions.
- 3-104 Executive Department.
- 3-105 Office of the Attorney General.
- 3-106 Attorney General.
- 3-107 Attorney General duties.
- 3-108 Attorney General authority.
- 3-109 Opinions of the Attorney General.
- 3-110 Attorney-client privilege.
- 3-111 Criminal investigation equipment.
- 3-112 Prohibition of interference.
- 3-113 Central records system.
- 4 Judiciary
- 5 Business, Commission, and Advisory Boards Act Revised
- Subchapter 1. Title and Purpose; Definitions
Standards of Conduct and Restricted Activities of Osage Nation Officials and Employees
- 6-201 Conduct in conformity with applicable rules and laws, pursuant to Article X, Sections 2 and 3 of the Constitution of the Osage Nation.
- 6-202 Conflicts of interest, pursuant to Article X, Section 4 of the Constitution of the Osage Nation.
- 6-203 Restrictions against gifts or loans to influence official acts, pursuant to Article X, Section 5 of the Constitution of the Osage Nation.
- 6-204 Unauthorized use of Osage Nation resources, pursuant to Article X, Section 6 of the Constitution of the Osage Nation.
- 6-205 Advocacy, pursuant to Article X, Section 7 of the Constitution of the Osage Nation.
- 6-206 Independence of boards and commissions, pursuant to Article X, Section 8 of the Constitution of the Osage Nation.
- 6-207 Anti-nepotism.
- 6-208 Adoption of rules of conduct for officials and employees of governmental entities of the Osage Nation.
Implementation and Compliance with Ethics Law by Osage Nation Employees and Officials; Trial Court to Adjudicate and Assess Penalties, Appeals and Final Action
- 6-301 Osage Nation employees.
- 6-302 Repealed.
- 6-303 Complaints filed with the Attorney General.
- 6-304 Adjudication of ethics violations.
- 6-305 Powers and duties of Osage Nation Supreme Court.
- 6-306 Retaliation prohibited.
- 6-307 Dismissals.
- 6-308 Statute of limitations.
- 6-309 Appeals to Supreme Court.
- Subchapter 4. Sanctions and Penalties
- 7 Open Meetings
- 8-101 Short title.
- 8-102 Definitions.
- 8-103 Public records. Revised
- 8-104 Protected records.
- 8-105 Disclosure of protected records.
- 8-106 Segregation of records.
- 8-107 Procedures for requesting public records.
- 8-108 Denial of record requests.
- 8-109 Claims in the Trial Court.
- 8-110 Policies.
- 8-111 Conflict of laws.
- 8-112 Congressional reclassification of records.
- 8-113 Civil penalties.
- 8-114 Applicability to record requests of government officials or entities.
- 9 Whistleblower Protection
- 10 Speak What’s on Your Mind
- 11 Osage Nation Foundation
- 12 Independent Press
- 13 Time Calculation
- 14 Due Process in Termination of Employment
Osage Nation Utility Authority
- 15-101 Short title.
- 15-102 Findings; purposes.
- 15-103 Definitions.
- 15-104 Establishment.
- 15-105 Organization and general powers.
- 15-106 Board of Trustees.
- 15-107 Contracts.
- 15-108 Payment of money, issuance of debt.
- 15-109 Disposition and encumbrances of property.
- 15-110 Rules and regulations.
- 15-111 Sovereign immunity.
- 15-112 Decisions; judicial review.
- 15-113 Reports.
- 15-114 Violations; civil penalty.
- 15-115 Carryover provision.
- 15-116 Supersession clause.
- 16 Village Reaffirmation Act
- 17 Repealed
- 18 Official Holidays
- 19 Donation Fund
- 20 Matching Grant Fund
- 21 Salary and Expense Allowance
- 22 Census
- 1 Congress Revised
Health and Wellness
- 1 Si-Si A-Pe-Txa
- 2 Repealed
- 3-101 Short title.
- 3-102 Findings – Purposes.
- 3-103 Establishment.
- 3-104 Creation and operation of the Osage Nation Member Health Benefit Fund.
- 3-105 Eligibility to access fund benefits.
- 3-106 Limited health benefit plan requirements.
- 3-107 Optional Medigap insurance coverage requirements.
- 3-108 Loss of benefits.
- 4 Repealed
Elder and Adult Protection
- 5-101 Title.
- 5-102 Policy.
- 5-103 Purpose.
- 5-104 Civil nature of code.
- 5-105 Definitions.
- 5-106 Duty to report abuse or neglect of an elder.
- 5-107 Immunity for reporting.
- 5-108 Failure to report; civil penalty; damages; criminal liability.
- 5-109 Bad faith report; civil penalty; damages; criminal liability.
- 5-110 Investigation.
- 5-111 Interference with investigation and retaliation prohibited; civil penalty.
- 5-112 Privileged communication.
- 5-113 Criminal investigation.
- 5-114 Elder protective services and elder protective placement; other services; evaluation procedure; duty to pay.
- 5-115 Emergency.
- 5-116 Rights of elders, their families and caretakers.
- 5-117 Procedures for determining incapacity, abuse or neglect.
- 5-118 Confidentiality of reporter, records, hearings; penalty for not complying with confidentiality.
- 5-119 Elder protection order.
- 5-120 Term of protective order.
- Subchapter 2. Abuse of Elders or Mentally Incapacitated Persons
- Subchapter 1. General Provisions
Osage Nation Adult Protective Service and Guardianship/Ward
- 6-101 Short title.
- 6-102 Articles in Act.
- 6-103 Purpose.
- 6-104 Existing guardianships or conservatorships; compliance with Act; Court review of cases.
- 6-105 Guardian defined.
- 6-106 Guardian ad litem excluded.
- 6-107 Ward defined.
- 6-108 Guardians classified.
- 6-109 General guardian.
- 6-110 Special guardian.
- 6-111 Definitions.
- 6-112 Persons and property subject to Act; power of appointment; parental rights.
- 6-113 Appointment of guardian; jurisdiction.
- 6-114 Powers of Court.
- 6-115 Venue; priorities of jurisdiction; transfer; consolidation.
- 6-116 Place of hearing; order and decree.
- 6-117 Guardians ad litem; power to appoint; appointment.
- 6-118 Guardian of nonresident.
- 6-119 Powers of guardian.
- 6-120 Power of guardian of the person; report of change of ward’s abode; power of limited guardians.
- 6-121 Guardian of the property; power; fiduciary duty.
- 6-122 Confidential information filed with Court.
- 6-123 Letters of guardianship.
- 6-124 Guardianship handbook and duties summary.
- 6-125 When guardian of minor to be appointed; petition; notice.
- 6-126 Nominations of guardian.
- 6-127 Nomination and appointment of guardian; age of minor.
- 6-128 Nomination of guardian by minor at fourteen (14) years of age; approval of Court.
- 6-129 Appointment when ward’s nominee ineligible.
- 6-130 Appointment of parents as guardians.
- 6-131 Guardian in charge of education.
- 6-132 Education and maintenance of minor; income from property of minor; guardianship of minor with living parent; child support.
- 6-133 Conditions of appointment.
- 6-134 Investments authorized.
- 6-135 Contracts on lives of wards and beneficiaries of trust funds.
- 6-136 Interest of guardian.
- 6-137 When power of guardian appointed by parent ceases.
- 6-138 Release of minor ward at majority.
- 6-139 Limitation of discharge by Court.
- 6-140 Custody by abandonment of a minor; qualified relative.
Appointment of Guardian
- 6-141 Petition for appointment of guardian.
- 6-142 Nomination of guardians or alternate guardians by adult; priorities of nominations.
- 6-143 Nomination of guardian or limited guardian by will.
- 6-144 Priorities for selection by Court of guardian or limited guardian; appointment of organization; determination of suitability; appointment of public agency.
- 6-145 Court appointment where nominee is unable, unwilling or cannot qualify to serve.
- 6-146 Rights of individual alleged to be or found to be incapacitated or partially incapacitated; confidentiality; relief from costs and fees; record.
- 6-147 Court-appointed advocates for vulnerable adults programs.
- 6-148 Appointment of counsel; explanation and inquiry by Court; replacement of appointed counsel; determination of independence of retained counsel; record.
- 6-149 Evaluations of subject of proceeding.
- 6-150 Hearing on petition; setting of date.
- 6-151 Determination by Court; order appointing guardian; explanation on record.
- 6-152 Appointment of guardians or limited guardians.
- 6-153 Order appointing guardian; specific determinations of capacity; submission of guardianship plan; other orders.
- 6-154 Assignment of powers to limited guardian; endorsement of limitation or specification of assets upon letters of guardianship.
- 6-155 Appointment of special guardian; powers; duration; bond; removal.
- 6-156 Proceedings to determine restoration to capacity.
- 6-157 Presumption of capacity when guardian discharged without appointment of another.
- 6-158 Duties and powers of guardian or limited guardian.
- 6-159 Proposed plan for care and treatment of ward.
- 6-160 Disposition of financial resources under supervision and control of guardian or limited guardian; petition for restoration of capacity.
- 6-161 Proposed plan for management of financial resources of ward.
- 6-162 Sale or lease of homestead of incapacitated or partially incapacitated person.
- 6-163 Sale or lease of real property by guardian; approval; joinder of spouse.
- 6-164 Estates of incapacitated or partially incapacitated persons not exceeding Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00); disposition; discharge and release.
Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction
- Part 1. General Provisions
- 6-170 Definitions; applicability.
- 6-171 Jurisdictional basis for appointing a guardian or issuing a protective order.
- 6-172 Jurisdictional requirements for appointing a guardian or issuing a protective order.
- 6-173 Special jurisdiction.
- 6-174 Continuing jurisdiction over proceeding.
- 6-175 Factors for declining jurisdiction.
- 6-176 Jurisdiction acquired through unjustifiable conduct.
- 6-177 Notice of petition in Osage Nation Trial Court.
- 6-178 Rules for filing of petitions in multiple states.
- Part 3. Transfer of Guardianship
- Part 4. Registration and Recognition of Orders from Other Tribes or States
- Part 5. Miscellaneous Provisions
- Appointment of Guardian
Eligibility for Appointment
- 6-185 Appointment as guardian of more than five wards prohibited; exceptions.
- 6-186 Violations; punishment.
- 6-187 Disqualification by financial relations with Judge of District Court; removal of ineligible guardians; liability for continuing to act; removal of Judge.
- 6-188 Eligibility of nonresidents; foreign trust companies or institutions; domestic corporations or trust companies.
- 6-189 Inquiry into suitability of person proposed to serve as guardian.
Inventory, Accounting and Reports
- 6-195 Inventory and account of estate of ward; appraisal; waiver of inventory prohibited.
- 6-196 Settlement and allowance of accounts; reports to Court; accounting information; date certain for next annual report.
- 6-197 Account by one of joint guardians.
- 6-198 Report on guardianship of person; requirements; attachments.
- 6-199 Report on guardianship or limited guardianship of property; requirements; attachments; review of financial resources.
- 6-200 Reserved.
- 6-201 Application for relief; notice; hearing; order; appointment of counsel to represent ward; joinder of separate applications or objections; evaluation of ward; hearing without notice.
- Expenses, Compensation and Costs
- Joint Guardians
- Nonresident Wards
Powers and Duties of Guardian
- 6-215 Payment of debts.
- 6-216 Collection and settlement of accounts and appearance for ward in suits; compromise and settlement of claims.
- 6-217 Discharge and release.
- 6-218 Service upon guardian; duty of guardian.
- 6-219 Management of estate; income applied for support of ward; sale of realty.
- 6-220 Execution of waivers or consents for wards.
- 6-221 Investment of money and proceeds of sales.
Sale of Property
- 6-222 Income insufficient for maintenance; sale of property necessary.
- 6-223 Sale of property for investment.
- 6-224 Petition for sale; verification.
- 6-225 Mailing or publication of order; waiver of notice.
- 6-226 Hearing upon order; protests.
- 6-227 Partition of real estate; assent; approval of Court.
- 6-228 Testimony; witnesses; attendance and examination.
- 6-229 Order for sale; public or private sale.
- 6-230 Terms of sale; security.
- 6-231 Limitation of action for recovery of estate sold; disability and removal.
- 6-232 Exchange of property held by ward or wards in common; notice.
- 6-233 Sale of perishable property; report; good faith determination of perishability.
- 6-234 Former leases legalized.
Suspension, Removal or Termination of Guardian
- 6-235 Removal of guardians.
- 6-236 Suspension of power of guardian; marriage of incapacitated or partially incapacitated person.
- 6-237 Termination of authority and responsibility of guardian; removal; resignation; final account; notice and hearing.
- 6-238 Termination of guardianship when unnecessary.
- 6-239 Distribution of personal property of intestate ward.
- Civil Liability – Concealment or Embezzlement of Property
- Criminal Liability
- Eligibility for Appointment
- Article I. General Provisions
- 7 Superseded
- 8 Superseded
- 9 Health Clinic Construction Fund
- Title 17 Highways and Roads [Reserved]
- 1 General Provisions
- 2 Landlord-Tenant Responsibilities and Remedies
- 3 Grounds for Eviction, Notice to Quit and Pre-Eviction Options
Judicial Eviction Procedures
- 4-101 Summons and complaint.
- 4-102 Action upon filing complaint.
- 4-103 Commencement of proceedings.
- 4-104 Defenses.
- 4-105 Discovery and prehearing proceedings.
- 4-106 Evidence.
- 4-107 Judgment.
- 4-108 Form of judgment.
- 4-109 Execution of judgment.
- 4-110 Stay of execution.
- 4-111 Appeals.
- 4-112 Miscellaneous complaints and claims.
- 4-113 Notice to leave the premises.
- 4-114 Forcible eviction.
- 4-115 No self-help eviction.
- 4-116 Security deposits.
Mortgage and Foreclosure
- 5-101 Priority.
- 5-102 Recording.
- 5-103 Foreclosure procedures.
- 5-104 Foreclosure complaint and summons.
- 5-105 Service of process and procedures.
- 5-106 Cure of default by subordinate lienholder.
- 5-107 Judgment and remedy.
- 5-108 Foreclosure evictions.
- 5-109 No merger of estates.
- 5-110 Certified mailing to Osage Nation and lessor.
- 5-111 Intervention.
- 5-112 Appeals.
- 6 Rental and Lease Agreements
Labor and Employment
- 1 Osage Preference Revised
- 2 Raise the Wage
- 3 Merit Employment
- 4-101 Short title.
- 4-102 Purpose.
- 4-103 Sovereign immunity.
- 4-104 Insurance requirement.
- 4-105 Definitions.
- 4-106 Acknowledgment of Act.
- 4-107 Notification to employer by worker of injury.
- 4-108 Time limit for filing of claims.
- 4-109 Burden of proof.
- 4-110 Right to waive defenses.
- 4-111 Guardian for minor or incompetent.
- Subchapter 2. Administrative Duties and Powers
Coverage and Compensability
- 4-301 Entitlement to benefits.
- 4-302 Disclosure of preexisting conditions.
- 4-303 Going to and returning from work.
- 4-304 Benefits precluded by neglect and/or refusal of worker to submit to treatment.
- 4-305 Injury or death by consumption and/or application of drugs and/or chemicals.
- 4-306 Intoxication.
- 4-307 False statement or representation to obtain benefits; penalty and forfeiture.
- 4-308 Injuries resulting from self-inflicted injuries, willful misconduct, or “horseplay.”
- 4-309 Injuries resulting from “natural causes.”
- 4-310 Recreational, social or athletic activities.
- 4-311 Injuries caused by third parties.
- 4-312 Secondhand smoke claims.
- 4-313 Idiopathic claims.
- 4-314 War and military action exclusion.
- 4-315 Terrorism exclusion.
- 4-316 Volunteers.
Benefits – General Provisions
- 4-401 Right to benefits and medical treatment benefits.
- 4-402 Workers’ benefits as exclusive remedy.
- 4-403 Liability of third parties; subrogation.
- 4-404 Assignability of benefits; attachment of liens.
- 4-405 Aggravation of preexisting condition or disease.
- 4-406 Termination of benefits upon death.
- 4-407 Incarceration.
- 4-501 Vocational rehabilitation.
- 4-502 Waiting period.
- 4-503 Temporary total disability.
- 4-504 Permanent partial disability – Permanent total disability.
- 4-505 Modified duty.
- 4-506 Benefits issuance period.
- 4-507 Disability income not to exceed pre-injury average weekly wage.
- 4-508 Benefit offsets and overpayments.
- Subchapter 6. Death Benefits
- Subchapter 7. Medical Benefits
- Subchapter 8. Dispute Resolution
- Subchapter 1. General Provisions
- 5 Employment Contracts
- 6 Drug Testing
- 7 Merit Pay
- 8 Sexual Harassment and Discrimination
- 9 Maternity and Paternity Leave Revised
- 1 Liquor Control Revised
- Subchapter 1. General Provisions
Membership Roll and Qualifications
- 1-201 Base Membership Roll.
- 1-202 Membership Roll.
- 1-203 Qualification for membership.
- 1-204 Dual membership allowed.
- 1-205 Loss and relinquishment of membership.
- 1-206 Tribal Court jurisdiction over membership disputes and membership removal actions.
- 1-207 Actions contesting decisions of the Membership Office – Form of action – Time to file action.
- 1-208 Removal actions.
- 1-209 Appeals.
- 1-210 Reenrollment.
- 1-211 Fraudulent use of membership prohibited.
- Subchapter 3. Membership Office, Rules and Regulations
- 1 Membership
- Title 22 Minerals, Oil and Gas
- 1 General Purpose Statement and Definitions
- 2 Arrest, Complaint and Summons
- 3-100 Failure to appear; hearing upon arrest; time; promise of defendant to appear.
- 3-101 Offenses under which person arrested may not be entitled to release upon promise to appear.
- 3-102 Display of number plates.
- 3-103 Driving without a license.
- 3-104 Permitting an unauthorized minor to drive.
- 3-105 Driving without required registration or with vehicle in unsafe condition.
- 3-106 Starting, turning, and stopping without regard to safety.
- 3-107 Speeding; driving without due caution.
- 3-108 Radar evidence in speed violations.
- 3-109 Garages to report.
- 3-110 Reckless driving.
- 3-111 Driving or in actual physical control while under the influence of intoxicating liquors or drugs.
- 3-112 Implied consent to determine alcoholic content of blood.
- 3-113 Persons qualified to administer tests.
- 3-114 Consent of person incapable of refusal not withdrawn.
- 3-115 Interpretation of chemical tests.
- 3-116 Failure to drive on right side of roadway.
- 3-117 Following too closely.
- 3-118 Overtaking a vehicle without regard to safety.
- 3-119 Failure to stop for school bus flashing lights.
- 3-120 Failure to give right-of-way.
- 3-121 Stopping, standing, or parking on a highway.
- 3-122 Stopping, standing, or parking prohibited.
- 3-123 Obstruction to driver’s view or driving mechanism.
- 3-124 Driving without liability insurance prohibited.
- 3-125 Riding on fenders, bumpers, or running boards.
- 3-126 Pedestrians on roadways without regard for safety.
- 3-127 Driving in violation of an order of the Court.
- 3-128 Duties in the event of an accident.
- 3-129 Law officers to report accident.
- 3-130 Seat belt usage.
- 3-131 Crash helmets and eye-protective devices required for operators of and passengers on motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles.
- 3-132 Number of riders on motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles limited.
- 3-133 When lighted lamps are required.
- 3-134 Visibility distance and mounted height of lamps.
- 3-135 Head lamps on motor vehicles.
- 3-136 Tail lamps.
- 3-137 Lamp or flag on projecting load.
- 3-138 Brake equipment required.
- 3-139 Horns and warning devices.
- 3-140 Mufflers, prevention of noise.
- 3-141 Mirrors.
- 3-142 Windshields must be unobstructed and equipped with wipers.
- 3-143 Restrictions on tire equipment.
- 3-144 Vehicle to be constructed to prevent shifting or leaking loads.
- 3-145 Registration card to be carried in driver’s compartment; inspection of card.
- 3-146 Special lighting and warning equipment on school buses.
- 3-147 Supervision of students on school buses.
- 3-148 Duty of drivers upon approach of police or fire department vehicle.
- 3-149 Fleeing or attempting to elude a peace officer.
- 3-150 Penalties not otherwise prescribed.
- 3-151 Statute of limitations.
- 4-100 Trial Court enforcement authority.
- 4-101 Public nuisance.
- 4-102 Osage Nation reciprocity with State of Oklahoma.
- 4-103 Garbage, glass, etc., on highways.
- 4-104 Open bottle in vehicle.
- 4-105 Handicap zone.
- 4-106 Exhibition driving and drag racing; definitions; penalty.
- 4-107 Emergency and law enforcement vehicles.
- 4-108 Payment of traffic fines.
- 5 Elder Parking
- Title 24 Probate Code
- 1 Reserved
- 2 Anti-Alienation
- 3 Storm Safety
Trust Land Leasing Act
- Subchapter 1. General Provisions
- 4-201 Terms and conditions.
- 4-202 Duration and renewal.
- 4-203 Obtaining a lease.
- 4-204 Records.
- 4-205 Review and approval.
- 4-206 Land descriptions.
- 4-207 Fair market rental – Appraisal.
- 4-208 Insurance.
- 4-209 Performance bond.
- 4-210 Improvements.
- 4-211 Amendments, assignments, subleases and leasehold mortgages.
- Subchapter 3. Lease Management
- Subchapter 4. Enforcement
- Subchapter 5. Appeals
- Subchapter 6. Environmental Review Process
- Subchapter 7. Sovereign Immunity
- Subchapter 8. Choice of Law
- Subchapter 9. Amendment – Effective Date
Real Property Purchasing
- 5-101 Short title.
- 5-102 Findings – Purposes.
- 5-103 Definitions.
- 5-104 Real Property Purchase Fund.
- 5-105 Authorized uses of the Real Property Purchase Fund.
- 5-106 Restrictions and requirements on real property purchases.
- 5-107 Duration of Real Property Purchase Fund.
- 5-108 Authorization of appropriation.
- 5-109 Appropriation.
- 6 Capital Asset Fund
Restricted Real Property Repurchasing Act
- 7-101 Short title.
- 7-102 Findings – Purposes.
- 7-103 Definitions.
- 7-104 Restricted Real Property Repurchase Fund.
- 7-105 Authorized uses of the restricted real property repurchase fund.
- 7-106 Restrictions and requirements on restricted real estate purchases.
- 7-107 Duration of Restricted Real Property Repurchase Fund.
- 7-108 Authorization of appropriation.
- 7-109 Appropriation.
- 8 Property Improvement Fund
Master Campus Plan Revolving Fund
- 9-101 Findings; purpose to establish a revolving fund for completion of the Osage Nation Master Campus Plan. Revised
- 9-102 Establishment; revolving fund. Revised
- 9-103 Restrictions. Revised
- 9-104 Appropriation funding source. Revised
- 9-105 Authorization of appropriation. Revised
- 9-106 Appropriation. Revised
- 10 Restricted Property Improvement Revised
Revenue and Taxation
- General Revenue and Taxation
Osage Nation Tax Commission
- 1-101 Tax Commission created.
- 1-102 Composition of Tax Commission.
- 1-103 Seal.
- 1-104 Reserved.
- 1-105 Severability.
- 1-106 Appeals.
- 1-107 Sovereign immunity; generally.
- 1-108 to 1-110
- 1-111 General powers of the Tax Commission.
- 1-112 Rulemaking authority.
- 1-113 Forms.
- 1-114 Tax stamps and licenses.
- 1-115 Records.
- 1-116 Bookkeeping.
- 1-117 Revenue Tax Account; deposits.
- 1-118 to 1-120
- 1-121 Tax Commission employees and expenses.
- 1-122 Bonds.
- 1-123 Nepotism.
- 1-124 to 1-130
- 1-131 Collection of taxes.
- 1-132 Other remedies.
- 1-133 Inventory of seized property.
- 1-134 Public sale of forfeited property.
- 1-135 Exempt property.
- 1-151 Administrative appeals.
- 1-152 Finality of assessment.
- 1-153 Exhaustion of administrative remedies.
- 1-154 Suits against the Tax Commission.
- 1-155 Limitations on suits against the Tax Commission.
- 1-156 Refunds to taxpayers.
- 1-191 Forgery of stamps, etc.
- 1-192 Reserved.
- 1-193 General penalties. Revised
- 1-194 Referrals for federal prosecution.
- 1-195, 1-196
- 1-197 Interest. Revised
- 2-101 Definitions.
- 2-102 Tax on cigarettes. Revised
- 2-103 Tax on tobacco products.
- 2-104 Tax in lieu of other taxes. Revised
- 2-105 Tax paid once.
- 2-106 Evidence of tax.
- 2-107 Incidence of tax.
- 2-108 Payment of tax.
- 2-109 Exclusions from taxation.
- 2-110 Unstamped tobacco contraband.
- 2-111 Records.
- 2-112 Reports.
- 2-113 Wholesaler and retail stocks to be separate.
- 2-114 Revolving Tax Relief Fund.
- 2-151 Wholesaler licensing.
- 2-152 Tobacco wholesaler license. Revised
- 2-153 Reserved.
- 2-154 Lawful sales.
- 2-161 Retailer licensing.
- 2-162 Tobacco retailer license. Revised
- 2-162a Tobacco retailer tax bond.
- 2-163 Revocation and suspension of licenses.
- 2-164 Imposition of civil fines and civil penalties.
- 2-165 Certain licenses to be deemed a privilege and not a right.
- 2-166 Sales to minors prohibited.
- 2-167 Licensees to be of Osage descent. Revised
- 2-168 Operating without a valid license.
- 2-169 Minors prohibited from selling tobacco or tobacco products.
- 2-172 Gambling prohibited without license.
- 2-173 Promotional games.
- 2-174 Inspection of records by Oklahoma Tax Commission.
- 2-175 Reporting unstamped cigarettes.
- 2-176 Contraband.
- 2-177 No transfer of license.
- 3 Sales Tax Revised
Taxation and Registration of Motor Vehicles
- 4-101 Definitions.
- 4-102 Application.
- 4-103 Tax imposed on passenger automobiles. Revised
- 4-104 Tax imposed on farm trucks. Revised
- 4-105 Tax imposed on commercial vehicles. Revised
- 4-106 Tax on ATVs, motorcycles and motorized vehicles. Revised
- 4-107 Tax on recreational vehicles. Revised
- 4-108 Tax exemptions.
- 4-109 Reserved.
- 4-110 Certificates of title.
- 4-111 Form of a vehicle certificate to title.
- 4-112 Original, transfer, duplicate, repossession titles.
- 4-113 Title fees.
- 4-114 Eligibility for Osage Nation registration and license tags.
- 4-115 Repossession title.
- 4-150 Registration certificate and tags.
- 4-151 Forms of registration certificate.
- 4-152 Forms of license plates.
- 4-153 Personalized, veteran and Osage elder license plates. Revised
- 4-154 Form of decals.
- 4-155 Other requirements for motor vehicles.
- 4-156 Security interest; perfection and nonperfection.
- 4-157 Release of collateral; duties of filing officer; fees.
- 4-158 Information from filing officer.
- 4-159 Default; rights and remedies.
- 4-160 Secured party possession after default.
- 4-161 Reserved.
- 4-162 Validity of security agreement.
- 4-163 Enforcement of security agreement.
- 4-175 Osage Nation owned vehicles.
- 4-176 Authorized signatures.
- 4-190 Penalties.
- 4-195 Recognition of foreign titles and registrations.
- 4-199 Effective date.
Salvage Title, Rebuilt Title and Black Tag
- 4-200 Reserved.
- 4-201 Salvage vehicle defined.
- 4-202 Application.
- 4-203 Definitions.
- 4-204 Classification as salvage.
- 4-205 Total loss; certificate of title; and license plate.
- 4-206 Salvage title; notification by insurance company; and surrendering title.
- 4-207 Issuance of salvage title.
- 4-208 License plate affected.
- 4-209 Change of classification.
- 4-210 Application for rebuilt title and request for inspection.
- 4-211 Inspection and examination.
- 4-212 Issuance of rebuilt title.
- 4-213 Black tag.
- 4-214 Affidavit.
- 4-215 Exemption.
- 5 Gaming Device Tax Revised
- 6 Taxation and Registration of Boats and Motors Revised
- 7 Income Tax [Reserved]
- 8 Property Tax [Reserved]
Possessory Interest Tax
- 9-101 Statement of purpose.
- 9-102 Short title and application.
- 9-103 Definitions.
- 9-104 Property exempt from taxation.
- 9-105 The tax cycle.
- 9-106 Imposition and rate of tax.
- 9-107 Computation of possessory interest tax.
- 9-108 Assessment of taxes.
- 9-109 Tax declaration and designation of natural person.
- 9-110 Reporting requirements.
- 9-111 Payment of taxes due.
- 9-112 Extension of time for paying tax, interest.
- 9-113 Lien for taxes; lien against possessory interest.
- 9-114 Exemptions; utility service lines.
- 9-115 Method of claiming exemption.
- 9-116 Appeal procedures for protested taxes.
- 9-117 Collection powers.
- 9-118 Severability.
- 9-119 Use of tax proceeds.
- 10 Utilities Tax [Reserved]
- 11 Hotel Lodging Tax Revised
- 12 Issuance of Photo ID
- 13 Retained Revenue Fund
- 14 Permanent Fund
- 15 Burial Assistance Fund
- 16 Code Fund
- Title 27 Statutes
Uniform Commercial Code
Short Title, General Construction and Subject Matter
- 2-101 Short title.
- 2-102 Scope; certain security and other transactions excluded from this article.
- 2-103 Definitions and index of definitions.
- 2-104 Definitions – Merchant, between merchants, financing agency.
- 2-105 Definitions – Transferability, future goods, lot, commercial unit.
- 2-106 Definitions – Contract, agreement, contract for sale, sale, present sale, conforming to contract, termination, cancellation.
- 2-107 Goods to be severed from realty – Recording.
- 2-108 Transactions subject to other law.
Form, Formation and Readjustment of Contract
- 2-201 Formal requirements; statute of frauds.
- 2-202 Final expression in a record: parol or extrinsic evidence.
- 2-203 Seals inoperative.
- 2-204 Formation in general.
- 2-205 Firm offers.
- 2-206 Offer and acceptance in formation of contract.
- 2-207 Terms of contract; effect of confirmation.
- 2-208 Reserved.
- 2-209 Modification, rescission and waiver.
- 2-210 Delegation of performance; assignment of rights.
- 2-211 Legal recognition of electronic contracts, records, and signatures.
- 2-212 Attribution.
- 2-213 Electronic communication.
General Obligation and Construction of Contract
- 2-301 General obligations of parties.
- 2-302 Unconscionable contract or term.
- 2-303 Allocation or division of risks.
- 2-304 Price payable in money, goods, realty, or otherwise.
- 2-305 Open price term.
- 2-306 Output, requirements and exclusive dealings.
- 2-307 Delivery in single lot or several lots.
- 2-308 Absence of specified place for delivery.
- 2-309 Absence of specific time provisions; notice of termination.
- 2-310 Open time for payment or running of credit; authority to ship under reservation.
- 2-311 Options and cooperation respecting performance.
- 2-312 Warranty of title and against infringement; buyer’s obligation against infringement.
- 2-313 Express warranties by affirmation, promise, description, sample.
- 2-313A Obligation to remote purchaser created by record packaged with or accompanying goods.
- 2-313B Obligation to remote purchaser created by communication to the public.
- 2-314 Implied warranty: merchantability; usage of trade.
- 2-315 Implied warranty: fitness for particular purpose.
- 2-316 Exclusion or modification of warranties.
- 2-317 Cumulation and conflict of warranties express or implied.
- 2-318 Third party beneficiaries of warranties express or implied.
- 2-319 Delivery terms.
- 2-325 “Letter of credit” term; “confirmed credit.”
- 2-326 Sale on approval and sale or return; consignment sales and rights of creditors.
- 2-327 Special incidents of sale on approval and sale or return.
- 2-328 Sale by auction.
- Part 4. Title, Creditors and Good Faith Purchasers
- 2-501 Insurable interest in goods; manner of identification of goods.
- 2-502 Buyer’s right to goods on seller’s repudiation, failure to deliver or insolvency.
- 2-503 Manner of seller’s tender of delivery.
- 2-504 Shipment by seller.
- 2-505 Seller’s shipment under reservation.
- 2-506 Rights of financing agency.
- 2-507 Effect of seller’s tender; delivery on condition.
- 2-508 Cure by seller of improper tender or delivery; replacement.
- 2-509 Risk of loss in the absence of breach.
- 2-510 Effect of breach on risk of loss.
- 2-511 Tender of payment by buyer; payment by check.
- 2-512 Payment by buyer before inspection.
- 2-513 Buyer’s right to inspection of goods.
- 2-514 When documents deliverable on acceptance; when on payment.
- 2-515 Preserving evidence of goods in dispute.
Breach, Repudiation and Excuse
- 2-601 Buyer’s rights on improper delivery.
- 2-602 Manner and effect of rightful rejection.
- 2-603 Merchant buyer’s duties as to rightfully rejected goods.
- 2-604 Buyer’s options as to salvage of rightfully rejected goods.
- 2-605 Waiver of buyer’s objections by failure to particularize.
- 2-606 What constitutes acceptance of goods.
- 2-607 Effect of acceptance; notice of breach; burden of establishing breach after acceptance; notice of claim or litigation to person answerable over.
- 2-608 Revocation of acceptance in whole or in part.
- 2-609 Right to adequate assurance of performance.
- 2-610 Anticipatory repudiation.
- 2-611 Retraction of anticipatory repudiation.
- 2-612 Installment contract – Breach.
- 2-613 Casualty to identified goods.
- 2-614 Substituted performance.
- 2-615 Excuse by failure of presupposed conditions.
- 2-616 Procedure on notice claiming excuse.
- 2-701 Remedies for breach of collateral contracts not impaired.
- 2-702 Seller’s remedies on discovery of buyer’s insolvency.
- 2-703 Seller’s remedies in general.
- 2-704 Seller’s right to identify goods to the contract notwithstanding breach or to salvage unfinished goods.
- 2-705 Seller’s stoppage of delivery in transit or otherwise.
- 2-706 Seller’s resale including contract for resale.
- 2-707 “Person in the position of a seller.”
- 2-708 Seller’s damages for nonacceptance or repudiation.
- 2-709 Action for the price.
- 2-710 Seller’s incidental damages.
- 2-711 Buyer’s remedies in general; Buyer’s security interest in rejected goods.
- 2-712 “Cover”; Buyer’s procurement of substitute goods.
- 2-713 Buyer’s damages for nondelivery or repudiation.
- 2-714 Buyer’s damages for breach in regard to accepted goods.
- 2-715 Buyer’s incidental and consequential damages.
- 2-716 Buyer’s right to specific performance or replevin.
- 2-717 Deduction of damages from the price.
- 2-718 Liquidation or limitation of damages; deposits.
- 2-719 Contractual modification or limitation of remedy.
- 2-720 Effect of “cancellation” or “rescission” on claims for antecedent breach.
- 2-721 Remedies for fraud.
- 2-722 Who can sue third parties for injury to goods.
- 2-723 Proof of market price: time and place.
- 2-724 Admissibility of market quotations.
- 2-725 Statute of limitations in contracts for sale.
- Part 1. Short Title, General Construction and Subject Matter
- 9-101 Short title.
- 9-102 No waiver of sovereign immunity.
- 9-103 Purpose.
- 9-104 Application to property not alienable.
- 9-105 Security interest in religious or ceremonial-historical items prohibited.
- 9-106 General definitions.
- 9-107 Notice; knowledge.
- 9-108 Value.
- 9-109 Lease distinguished from security interest.
- 9-110 General scope.
- 9-111 Excluded transactions.
- 9-112 Administration of Osage Nation Secured Transactions Act; authority to promulgate regulations.
- 9-113 Obligation of good faith.
- 9-114 Course of performance, course of dealing, and usage of trade.
- 9-115 Purchase-money security interest.
- 9-116 Sufficiency of description.
- 9-117 Parties’ power to choose applicable law.
Effectiveness, Attachment and Rights of Parties
- 9-201 General effectiveness of security agreement.
- 9-202 Attachment and enforceability of security interest; proceeds; formal requisites.
- 9-203 After-acquired collateral; future advances.
- 9-204 Rights and duties when collateral is in secured party’s possession or control.
- 9-205 Additional duties of certain secured parties.
- 9-206 Reserved.
- 9-207 Request for accounting; request regarding list of collateral or statement of account.
Perfection and Priority
- Subpart 1. Law Governing Perfection and Priority
- 9-308 When security interest is perfected; continuity of perfection.
- 9-309 Security interest perfected upon attachment.
- 9-310 When filing required to perfect security interest; security interests to which filing provisions do not apply.
- 9-311 Perfection of security in interests in property subject to certain statutes, regulations, and treaties.
- 9-312 Perfection of security interests in chattel paper, documents, goods covered by documents, instruments, and money; perfection by permissive filing; temporary perfection without filing or transfer of possession.
- 9-313 When possession by secured party perfects security interest without filing.
- 9-314 Perfection by control.
- 9-315 Secured party’s rights on disposition of collateral and in proceeds.
- 9-316 Continued perfection of security interest following change in governing law.
- 9-317 Interests that take priority over security interest.
- 9-318 Particular priority rules.
- 9-319 Priority of security interests in fixtures and crops.
- 9-320 Accessions.
- 9-321 Commingled goods.
- 9-322 Priority of security in interests in goods covered by certificate of title.
- 9-323 Priority subject to subordination.
- Part 4. Rights of Third Parties
- Part 5. Filing
Default and Enforcement of Security Interests
- 9-601 Rights after default; judicial enforcement; consignor or buyer of accounts, chattel paper, payment intangibles, or promissory notes.
- 9-602 Waiver and variance of rights and duties.
- 9-603 Agreement on standards concerning rights and duties.
- 9-604 Procedure if security agreement covers real property or fixtures.
- 9-605 Unknown debtor or secondary obligor.
- 9-606 Appointment of special judge [Reserved].
- 9-607 Collection and enforcement by secured party.
- 9-608 Application of proceeds of collection or enforcement; liability for deficiency and right to surplus.
- 9-609 Secured party’s limited right to take possession after default.
- 9-610 Disposition of collateral after default.
- 9-611 Notification before disposition of collateral.
- 9-612 Timeliness of notification before disposition of collateral.
- 9-613 Contents and form of notification before disposition of collateral.
- 9-614 Reserved.
- 9-615 Application of proceeds of disposition; liability for deficiency and right to surplus.
- 9-616 Explanation of calculation of surplus or deficiency.
- 9-617 Rights of transferee of collateral.
- 9-618 Rights and duties of certain secondary obligors.
- 9-619 Transfer of record or legal title.
- 9-620 Acceptance of collateral in full or partial satisfaction of obligation; notification of proposal; effect of acceptance; compulsory disposition of collateral.
- 9-623 Right to redeem collateral.
- 9-624 Waiver.
Noncompliance with the Osage Nation Secured Transactions Act
- 9-625 Remedies for secured party’s failure to comply with Osage Nation Secured Transactions Act.
- 9-626 Action in which deficiency or surplus is in issue.
- 9-627 Determination of whether conduct was commercially reasonable.
- 9-628 Nonliability and limitation on liability of secured party; liability of secondary obligor.
- 9-629 Attorney’s fees in consumer transactions.
- Subpart 1. Default and Enforcement of Security Interests
- Part 7. Miscellaneous Provisions
- Part 1. General Provisions
- 2 Sales
- Title 28 Water and Water Rights [Reserved]