2005 Connecticut Code - Sec. 47-7b. Representation of interests of state when marketability of land titles threatened by claim of Indian tribe.

      Sec. 47-7b. Representation of interests of state when marketability of land titles threatened by claim of Indian tribe. The General Assembly finds that the state has a significant interest in the stability and marketability of land titles. The Attorney General may, in his discretion, represent the interests of the state in any lawsuit where the marketability of land titles has been threatened by a claim alleging that the disputed land was originally controlled or owned by an Indian tribe and was unlawfully transferred from that tribe.

      (P.A. 93-389, S. 3, 7.)

      History: P.A. 93-389 effective June 28, 1993.

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