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Administrative Rulemaking

On February 24, 2016, the Oneida Business Committee adopted a new Administrative Rulemaking law (Rulemaking Law) which sets out a single rulemaking process which must be followed by all Tribal entities (boards, committees, commissions, Tribal departments or divisions, etc.) that are delegated authority by a Tribal law to implement, administer or enforce that law.

Any rules which were already in existence when the Rulemaking law was adopted will remain in effect, but in the future when those rules are amended, the Tribal entity must follow the process set out in the Rulemaking Law.

To view and/or submit comments on rules which have been proposed for adoption; please visit the Oneida Register Public Meetings page.

Certified/Effective Rules

In accordance with the Administrative Rulemaking Law, the Legislative Operating Committee (LOC) is required to publish all rules on the Oneida Register. The following are rules that have been certified by the LOC and are in effect:

Mortgage and Foreclosure law​

Law for which the Rule was promulgated:
Title of Rule
Authorized Agency
Eviction and Termination Comprehensive Housing Division, Land Commission & Division of Land Management
Hunting, Fishing and Trapping law Environmental Resource Board & Oneida Conservation Dept.
Landlord-Tenant law Comprehensive Housing Division & Land Commission
Marriage Law Oneida Licensing Dept.
 Mortgage and Foreclosure law Comprehensive Housing Division & Land Commission 
Per Capita law Trust Enrollment Committee
 Real Property law Comprehensive Housing Division & Land Commission
Seal and Flag law  Oneida Nation Secretary 
     
     

How to Promulgate Rules

The Legislative Reference Office has prepared various materials to assist Oneida entities with developing and preparing rules, including the following:

The LRO has also prepared a Rulemaking Guidebook, however this is currently in the process of being updated to reflect the recent changes to the Administrative Rulemaking law. In the meantime, interested parties are invited to contact the LRO directly for additional information.

 

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