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Alberding v. Donovan

U.S.
Jun 27, 1983
463 U.S. 1207 (1983)

Summary

holding that "an official of an Indian tribe should be stripped of his authority, and corresponding immunity, to act on behalf of his tribe whenever he exercises a power his tribe was powerless to convey to him"

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Opinion

No. 82-1679.

June 27, 1983.


C.A. 5th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 695 F. 2d 190.


Summaries of

Alberding v. Donovan

U.S.
Jun 27, 1983
463 U.S. 1207 (1983)

holding that "an official of an Indian tribe should be stripped of his authority, and corresponding immunity, to act on behalf of his tribe whenever he exercises a power his tribe was powerless to convey to him"

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Case details for

Alberding v. Donovan

Case Details

Full title:ALBERDING v. DONOVAN, SECRETARY OF LABOR

Court:U.S.

Date published: Jun 27, 1983

Citations

463 U.S. 1207 (1983)

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