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Montana v. Crow Tribe of Indians

ELR Citation: ELR 21159
Nos. 96-1829, 118 S. Ct. 1650/(U.S., 05/18/1998)

The Court holds that the Crow Tribe and the United States, as the tribe's trustee, may not recover state and county coal-extraction taxes imposed on and paid by the tribe's mineral lessee. The Court first notes that, as a general rule, a nontaxpayer may not sue for a refund of taxes paid by another....

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