- Allottees, Indian
- Indian allotment owners
- found: Work cat.: Kickapoo Indians, 1888: p. 2 (to pay seventeen Kickapoo allottees; deceased Kickapoo allottees)
- found: Black's law dict. (allottee)
- found: LC database, 6/19/95 (Indian allottees)
- found: Felix S. Cohen's handbook of federal Indian law, 1982: p. 619, etc. (When an Indian allottee receives a fee patent to a "trust" allotment, or the federal restriction against alienation is removed from a "restricted fee" allotment, the allottee owns the land in fee simple absolute and can alienate it in any way allowed by local law; upon the death of an Indian allotment owner, the decedent's interest passes to his or her heirs at law or divisees by will)
- found: Code of federal regulation, 1994: v. 25, p. 531 (The term "allottee" shall mean any Indian to whom land has been allotted, or any Indian owner of land or interest therein as an heir or devisee)
- found: The rights of Indians and tribes, 1992: p. 17 (A trust allotment is federal land which [h]as been set aside for exclusive use of an Indian, who is called the "allottee"; even a "non-trust" allotment outside the reservation is considered Indian country for as long as the allottee retains ownership)
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